Iron Deficiency and Anaemia in Adults
Iron deficiency anaemia (IDA) is a widespread problem affecting an estimated two billion people worldwide and is the most common cause of anaemia seen in primary care. This guidance has been developed by expert nurses from several specialties and is for the use of nurses, health care assistants (HCAs), midwives, and health visitors from all specialties and backgrounds. Pharmacosmos UK Ltd and Vifor Pharma UK Ltd have provided funding, medical and scientific advice.
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