THE IMPACT OF OBESITY ON THE COURSE OF IRON DEFICIENCY ANEMIA IN WOMEN AND ASSESSMENT OF THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE

  • V. M. Nedoborenko Higher State Educational Establishment of Ukraine "Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy"
  • I. P. Kaidashev Higher State Educational Establishment of Ukraine "Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy"
Keywords: obesity; iron deficiency anemia; quality of life.

Abstract

Iron deficiency anemia (IDA) is one of the causes of chronic fatigue with a decrease in the quality of life, impaired cognitive function and poor labor productivity. Obesity as a condition of chronic low-intensity inflammation is one of the factors that increases the risk of anemia and impairs the quality of life in the general population. We drew attention to the high global prevalence of anemia among pregnant women of reproductive age in the world and the prevalence of high body mass index among women compared to men in most countries. The objective of the work was to determine the impact of obesity on clinical features and quality of life of women with ІDA. We analyzed the main markers of ІDA and hematologic indices in women with obesity (n = 30) compared with the control group (n = 10), where there were women with ІDA but without obesity. It was found that there was no statistical difference between these parameters, but nevertheless, the serum ferritin level in obese women was (4.70 ± 2.68) ng/ml compared to (3.50 ± 2.93) ng/ml and had a significant positive correlation with body mass index. The analysis of the questionnaires revealed that obesity is still a significant factor in women with ІDA and obesity, which determines the decrease in quality of life mainly in the physical aspect in the absence of significant influence on the psychosocial components of health.

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2019-06-16
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Nedoborenko, V. M., & Kaidashev , I. P. (2019). THE IMPACT OF OBESITY ON THE COURSE OF IRON DEFICIENCY ANEMIA IN WOMEN AND ASSESSMENT OF THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE. Likarsʹka Sprava, (4), 22-28. https://doi.org/10.31640/JVD.4.2019(4)
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