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Assessment of hematological status of selected women

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Dr. Varsha S. Zanvar and Pradnya Dhutmal
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Abstract: 

A study was conducted on assessment of hematological status of selected women of Nanded district of Marathawada region of Maharashtra state. A study was combination of anthropometry, food and nutrient intake, hemoglobin status and intervention program .Total 300 households were selected to record anthropometric measurements and food and nutrient intake. Diet survey was carried out by 24-hour recall method. Intervention study was carried out for a period of 90 days on selected 75 household women who were suffering with anemia i.e based on the HB content of women. Subjects belonging to experimental group received developed product, experimental control group neither received tablet nor product and normal control group received tablet. After the feeding trail was over the blood sample was collected with the help of trained personnel. The collected blood was immediately analyzed for HB, RBC, MCV, MCH and MCHC content. The result showed that the mean height and weight ranged between 148.2 to 150.80 cm and 43.55 to 49.57 kg. Whereas women belonging to almost all group recorded normal BMI i. e. 19.02 to 21.10. The mean food intake of i.e. cereals, pulses, green leafy vegetables, root and tubers, other vegetables, fruits, milk and milk products, fats and oil and sugar and jaggary was ranged between 277.58±25.80 to 290.64±63.00, 38.29±9.97 to 41.22±9.12, 20.15±13.2 to 30.85±13.27, 21.47±8.09 to 22.52±9.33, 39.38±15.13 to 40.86±14.04, 2.46±8.48 to 11.16±14.64, 57.5±14.87 to 68.87±17.82, 17.26±2.74 to 20.33±1.21 and 20.00±00 to 20.45±1.43 respectively. Fruits intake was very low than the other food groups. Whereas mean intake of different nutrients were energy (1975.23±222.18 to 2053.11±164.27), protein (44.99±4.89 to 46.84±6.70), fat (24.26±8.87 to 35.30±11.65), β-carotene (1422.85±637.59 to 1553.13±931.03), ascorbic acid (36.97±6.02 to 39.10±6.93), calcium (390.79±83.07 to 441.22±61.93) and iron (19.78±2.06 to 21.34±61.96) respectively. More than 50 percent (54.66%) rural women showed mild grade of anemia i.e having Hb level (10-12gm/dl) and 33.33percent rural women showed moderate grade of anemia having Hb level (7-10gm/dl). However urban women showed mild grade of anemia (30.66%). The experimental women exhibited 2.95 percent increment for hemoglobin. Mean values of RBC and MCV were improved by 0.44 percent and 4.00 percent. The highest increment was noted with respect to MCH content (23.67 percent) followed by MCVC (14.89 percent).

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