Study of Serum Minerals in Tribal Thalassemic Patients of Udaipur

Basant Kumar, PG Student Dept. of Biochemistry Pacific Medical College & Hospital Udaipur (Rajasthan), India
2018 Journal of Medical Science And clinical Research  
Thalassemia is the most common hereditary anemia in human. The most common types of disease are the alpha and beta thalassemia, Thalassaemia are important challenges for tribal populations in Rajasthan. Thalassaemia genes are variably distributed across various tribal populations of Rajasthan. The morbidity varies greatly in different areas of the country due to differential co-inheritance of α-thalassaemia gene and interaction of various epistatic and environmental factors. Though substantial
more » ... Though substantial data on prevalence of these disorders exist, there is an urgent need to develop integrated hierarchical core facilities to manage the disease. Newborn screening, genetic counselling, carrier detection, prenatal diagnosis along with management of cases should form the basic infrastructure of thalessemia management. Research in this area should continue focusing on various challenges in care delivery, prevention and basic sciences on interaction of thalessemia with various other infections. Aim of study: To determine serum levels of the Calcium, Phosphorus in thalassemic patients.
doi:10.18535/jmscr/v6i11.09 fatcat:mt4pzkkh5nh2vpmqlsmhnoekpe