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International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)

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Abstract

The Effect of Hemodialysis on Hemoglobin Concentration, Platelets count and White Blood Cells Count in End Stage Renal Failure

Author(s):Yasir A.H. Hakim, A. A. Abbas, Adil Khalil and Technologist. Hameeda Ibrahim Ahmed Mustafa

To evaluate the effect of hemodialysis machine in complete blood count with focus on hemoglobin, platelets and total white blood cells count for patients of end stage renal disease, to evaluate the effect of dialysis on hemoglobin, platelets and white blood count, to estimate the values of change session of dialysis, to clarify the major cause of End Stage Renal Failure among the study group. 3 ml of blood were collected from 199 patients, aseptically by standard phlebotomy technique by trained phlebotomist from each patient and dispensed in to tri-potassium Ethylenediamine tetra-acetic acid(K3 EDTA) anticoagulant containers about 10-15 minutes after the hemodialysis. The study revealed that (83,9%) of patients with higher decrease range reach to 4.3g, about.(14.1%) have stable concentration, and only( 2%) their Hb increased after dialysis, 83.9% of patients have noticeable increase in , 14.1% of patients show decrease in TWBCs and 2% have stable count, there is decrease in platelets count in (99.5%) of patients almost in and only one patient showed stable count after dialysis (0.5%), The study revealed that a significant number of low hemoglobin concentration , low platelets count and high white blood count.


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