Title: Anaemia Student’s Name Course Title Instructor’s Name ANAEMIA Recreational activities play a crucial role in holistic health growth and development of the body as well as in social and mental wellness (Burlingame & Blaschko 2009). Anaemia is a medical condition that mostly results from an iron deficiency in the body. This has a significant impact on the ability of young people to conduct their recreational activities effectively. This essay will seek to establish the appropriate diagnosis and condition associated with Anaemia in order to improve prevention and management of the condition in the society. Normal Function Normally the body relies on the red blood cells to supply oxygen through the hemoglobin which has a high affinity for oxygen. Usually the hemoglobin which is produced by the bone marrow should have the maximum oxygen carrying capacity to ensure an adequate supply of oxygen in the body (Beutler & Waalen agent. Surgical interventions to prevent extensive bleeding and blood loss can be used to treat short-term Anaemia. More important it is essential to providing the public with information on Anaemia and initiatives to integrate the affected members in the community. This will ensure the presence of crucial supportive systems and use of recreational therapy to ensure improvement in the quality of life of the affected members exercise. References Auerbach M. & Adamson J. (2016). How we diagnose and treat iron deficiency Anaemia. American Journal of Hematology 91(1) 31-38. Beutler E. & Waalen J. (2006). The definition of Anaemia: what is the lower limit of normal of the blood hemoglobin concentration? Blood 107(5) 1747–1750. doi:10.1182/blood-2005-07-3046 Burlingame J. & Blaschko T. M. (2009). Assessment tools for recreational therapy and related fields. Idyll Arbor. CDC. (2014). Sickle cell disease: data and statistics. Retrieved from US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/sicklecell/data.html. [...]
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