Objectives: To determine the influence of hemoglobin F level on the evolution in sickle cell disease. Patients and methods: A total of sickle cell disease SCD patients were enrolled in a descriptive retrospective study. Patients were regularly followed in the laboratories service of Campus teaching hospital in Lome lasting the period going from January to December 10 years. Results: During the period of study, files out of answered the criteria of inclusion.
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Ongoing challenge are to manage complication and social living for these patients. The purpose of this study was to determine morbidity, mortality and socioprofessional insertion of homozygous sickle cell patients, followed up in Dakar university hospital.
Patients and methods. All patients had a quarterly hematological check-up and a annual statement to detect chronic complications.
Clinic and paraclinical data, as information in socioprofessional insertion were noted in medical records for analysis. The age between years was represented by Men were slightly predominant with a sex-ratio of 1. Concerning morbidity, The presence of complications was not significantly influenced by patient's sex. Five patients died during a mean follow-up of 5 years. Professionally, We show also the respective frequency of chronic complications and then, the necessity of multidisciplinary teams to optimize the take care of sickle cell anemia patients in Africa.
Journal page Archives Contents list. Pavic, P. Petiot, N. Streichenberger, J. Dupond, A. Drouet, F. Flocard, F. Bouhour, J. Colin, P. Bielefeld, M. Gouttard, I. Maire, J. Pellat, D. Vital Durand, H. Article Article Outline. Access to the text HTML. Access to the PDF text.
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Evaluation of hemogram in patients with homozygous sickle cell disease: about 87 cases. Homozygous sickle cell disease is one of the most frequent haemoglobinopathies in Morocco. Sickle cell disease is characterized by a large clinical and biological expression variability which depends on modulating genetic and environmental factors. Clinical manifestation includes regenerative anemia whose severity may vary among individuals. In the absence of treatment, it results in premature death. Sickle cell disease is characterized by a large clinical and biological expression variability which depends on genetic and environmental factors. A severe clinical picture marked by high early transfusion frequency, severe infectious complications and early mortality.
Drépanocytose et complications aiguës
Please, ask your free registration to nkooamvenes gmail. Then, login and select " new submission ". SS homozygous sickle cell disease is associated with chronic hemolytic anemia vaso-occlusive and infectious complications. Sickle cell disease - pregnancy is a high risk maternal and fetal situation. The purpose of this work was to describe the evolution of pregnancies at the National Reference Sickle Cell Disease Center and in the Obstetrics department of the University Hospital in Brazzaville.
Influence Du Taux D’hemoglobine F Sur Le Profil Evolutif De La Drepanocytose Homozygote Au Togo