Management of iron deficiency anaemia

Overall management of IDA involves two concurrent processes:

This section contains information regarding the different treatment options for normalising haemoglobin and replenishing iron stores.

It also covers management of problems with oral iron therapy, including inadequate response to treatment, medication and food interactions, and side effects.

Finally, this section advises on factors to consider when determining the underlying cause of IDA.


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