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International Journal of Homoeopathic Sciences

2023, Vol. 7 Issue 1, Part C
Efficacy of vanadium in the treatment of anaemia in teenage group
Author(s): Dr. Safer Iqbal K
Abstract:
According to WHO, Anaemia is a condition in which the number of red blood cells is insufficient to meet the body’s physiological need. Specific physiological need may vary with a person’s age, gender and residential elevation above sea altitude) smocking behavior and different stages of pregnancy; iron deficiency is thought to be the most common cause of anaemia globally, but nutritional deficiency include folate, vitamin B12 and vitamin A, acute and chronic inflammation, Homoeopathy has good remedies to see that the necessary elements are properly absorbed by the body and assimilation is corrected thereby tackling anaemia 1 and this way even the supplements are put to good use. If anaemia treated properly which is effective and inexpensive can reduce the statistics of overall death rates, maternal haemorrhage, reduced school performance and lowered productivity and thereby bring a dream into reality?
Aim and objectives
1.To study the impact of anaemia among teenagers.
2.To study the effect of vanadium 6c potency on anaemic teenagers.
An awareness class was conducted for students in a undergraduate institution and some of them are randomly selected for screening then selected 30 students who had haemoglobin less than 12g/dl for the study. The study was conducted for two months as per the guidelines of CCRH Delhi. In the first month all the subjects receive placebo with a specific dietary recommendations to improve haemoglobin level and haemoglobin level was estimated at an interval of fifteen days. In the second month all subjects received vanadium 6c potency (Four pills daily morning before food) and hemoglobin level was estimated at an interval of fifteen days. After the two months systematics study, a statistical analysis done with the help of qualified statistician. The null hypothesis states that vanadium metallicum does not have any effect on anaemia Observation and results: If p<0.05, significance, otherwise not significant significantly different at p<0.01 null hypothesis is rejected.
Conclusion: Vanadium has a definite positive effect to increase haemoglobin level. It improves the appetite.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Safer Iqbal K. Efficacy of vanadium in the treatment of anaemia in teenage group. Int J Hom Sci 2023;7(1):147-149. DOI: 10.33545/26164485.2023.v7.i1c.745
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