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Which fruits or food should be given after blood loss?

Which fruits or food should be given after blood loss?

Foods high in iron: After blood loss, you want foods high in iron. Some examples are red meat, eggs (with yolks), dark leafy greens like spinach and collards, beans, lentils, chickpeas, mollusks (clams, oysters, scallops, etc), liver, and artichokes. You also want to be sure you're well-hydrated. ...Read more

Blood Loss (Definition)

Generally, blood loss is a term most commonly referring to bleeding. Blood loss can occur rapidly, due to trauma, or can occur slowly, as seen in diseases of the stomach or intestinal tract. Blood loss could refer to blood disorders that cause anemias, as seen in autoimmune disorders ...Read more


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Foods to ease blood loss due to hematuria?

Foods to ease blood loss due to hematuria?

Foods and hematuria: If you have hematuria (h), you need to see a urologist (u) for an evaluation. Of it. H is not normal and foods will not alter its cause or influence its severity in any way. See a u who can lead you to a diagnosis and a cure for your h. ...Read more

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Well my father from last year got suddenly his blood loss from 13 points to 6 point this year his blood also came to 7.2 point he eat livogen and foli?

Well my father from last year got suddenly his blood loss from 13 points to 6 point this year his blood also came to 7.2 point he eat livogen and foli?

Please Clarify: I am not sure if you are talking about anemia, diabetes or something else. I have read this question through a few times and am still not sure what you want to ask or need from us. Can you review your question and ask again? ...Read more

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How much blood loss is serious?

How much blood loss is serious?

Blood loss: Blood loss of any amount can be potentially serious. This depends upon the age of the patient, co-morbid conditions, acuity of the blood loss, and whether they are ongoing. Discuss the specifics with your doctor. ...Read more

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Describe the features of blood loss.?

Describe the features of blood loss.?

Depends on rate: Rapid blood loss, think: gunshot wound, leads to immediate shock and death, obviously. Gradual blood loss leads to anemia with symptoms of fatigue, weakness, apathy, and malaise. Very severe anemia is surprisingly well tolerated for long periods if it has occurred very slowly like due to menstruation without adequate iron replacement or slow bleeding in the bowels. ...Read more

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What are symptoms of acute blood loss?

What are symptoms of acute blood loss?

Shock: Symptoms are dizzyness, light-headedness, weakness, and fainting. Also sweating, clamminess and chilled. ...Read more

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How can extensive blood loss affect a person?

How can extensive blood loss affect a person?

Weakness, dizziness: And possible death if too much is lost. There needs to be immediate transport to the nearest ED if the person involved is not able to stay awake or cannot ambulate by themselves. If blood loss is due to a wound and will not stop bleeding then go to the nearest ED. ...Read more

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I was wondering is dying from blood loss painful?

I was wondering is dying from blood loss painful?

Not usually: When one bleeds to death, they usually become comatose (unconscious), as the brain is deprived of nutrients and oxygen. As best we know, this is not painful state. However, many patients who bleeding severely have a sense of doom and anxiety and sense their life is slipping away. "The ever say I feel like I'm gonna die"- a big warning sign for a trauma surgeon. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: blood loss?

What is the definition or description of: blood loss?

Bleeding: Generally, blood loss is a term most commonly referring to bleeding. Blood loss can occur rapidly, due to trauma, or can occur slowly, as seen in diseases of the stomach or intestinal tract. Blood loss could refer to blood disorders that cause anemias, as seen in autoimmune disorders such as hemolytic anemia. ...Read more

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When should I be concerned about the amount of blood loss?

When should I be concerned about the amount of blood loss?

Need more info: In order to answer this question, one would need more contextual information. ...Read more

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When someone dies from getting shot, do the die from blood loss?

When someone dies from getting shot, do the die from blood loss?

Sometimes: Blood loss is one possible reason a person could die from one or more gunshot wounds. A critical organ could also be hit which may lead to death. ...Read more

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How much blood loss is considered extremely dangerous for a child?

Blood loss: Any blood loss is serious. It also depends on if loss happens quickly or over a long period of time - the body has different mechanisms to deal with different blood losses. However, a 10% blood loss is serious and a 20% blood loss is very dangerous. Again, it also depends on surrounding circumstances. Please discuss with child's caretakers if blood counts dropping. ...Read more

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Help please. Could blood loss happen faster if you were underwater?

Probably Not: The blood clotting system does not require oxygen to cause clotting, so in theory should not be a major difference between the water and air. ...Read more

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What are the effects of blood loss on strength and/or power athletes?

What are the effects of blood loss on strength and/or power athletes?

Anemia?: I assume you mean chronic anemia. Power lifting is an anaerobic exercise and wouldn't be affected too much by acute anemia unless it was profound. More importantly, would be to identify the cause of a chronic anemia. Poor diet or a perhaps a medical condition that would have an indirect affect on your ability to train and/or build muscle mass. ...Read more

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What can be the cause of the bright occasional blood loss from your bottom?

What can be the cause of the bright occasional blood loss from your bottom?

Hemorrhoids, cancer: Hemorrhoids are the most common cause, but cancer can also cause these syptoms. You should visit your primary care physician or a gastroenterologist to investigate further. ...Read more

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Is it possible for a person to have gradual blood loss from cutting a lot everyday?

Certainly: Though this depends on the amount of blood loss, and the length of time this has been going on, as well as how much daily iron is being taken, and whether the individual is a menstruating woman or not. ...Read more

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What's the normal response to systemic ischaemia from blood loss?

What's the normal response to systemic ischaemia from blood loss?

Variable: The body will try to compensate from extreme blood loss. First the heart rate will pick up (tachycardia). You may have sweating or diaphoresis, one may also become lightheaded and eventually collapse. This is the body's way of getting us supine to assist with distribution of blood flow. Fainting works. ...Read more

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Is there a large blood loss during the bcir surgery?

Is there a large blood loss during the bcir surgery?

No.: The barnett continent intestinal reservoir is a type of permanent ileostomy for patients with inflammatory bowel disease which does not require wearing a bag. Like any intestinal surgery, some blood loss is common. However, it is rare to require a blood transfusion. ...Read more

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When is a transfusion used for blood loss?

When is a transfusion used for blood loss?

Surgery: Transfusion is used when blood loss exceeds 50% of the patient's blood volume. It may also be required in patients preparing for surgery whose hemoglobin is low such as less than 10. ...Read more

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