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The importance of plasma ferritin values in blood donors for the evaluation of body iron store in a five-month period
Aim To present haemoglobin and ferritin parameters in donors to highlight the importance of serum ferritin testing for the purpose of evaluating iron depots in order to make recommendations for preserving a population of blood donors. Method A prospective study was conducted on 80 blood donors divided in two groups: group I (regular donors, n =40) and group II (irregular donors, n=40). Haemoglobin and ferritin were measured twice every 45 days, before two consecutive blood donations. Results Bydoi:10.17392/1223-21 pmid:33155462 fatcat:nlbfuaiccrenfixoortdx5ujna