3 edition of International aspects of sickle cell disease found in the catalog.
International aspects of sickle cell disease
International Conference on Sickle Cell Disease: a World Health Problem Washington, D.C. 1976.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||sponsored by Howard University, Center for Sickle Cell Disease and held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Washington, D.C., U.S.A. ; edited by Roland B. Scott.|
|Contributions||Scott, Roland B., Howard University. Center for Sickle Cell Disease.|
|LC Classifications||RC641.7.S5 I54 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||172 p. :|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||80130325|
Pearson HA. Sickle Cell Anemia, Splenic Function and Severe Infection. In International Aspects of Sickle Cell Disease. In: Scott RB, editor. Proceedings of the First International Conference on Sickle Cell Disease: A world Health Problem. Washington, D.C.: Howard University Centre for Sickle Cell Disease; pp. – Sickle cell anemia is a disease in which the body produces abnormally shaped red blood cells that have a crescent or sickle shape. These cells do not last as long as normal, round, red blood cells, which leads to anemia (low number of red blood cells). The sickle cells also get stuck in blood vessels, blocking blood flow. Signs and symptoms of sickle cell disease usually begin .
Summary of recommendations. The management of end-organ damage represents a major challenge facing individuals living with sickle cell disease (SCD), the majority of whom now survive into adulthood. 1 The prevention and treatment of SCD-related complications linked to cardiopulmonary and kidney disease are especially challenging for . Sickle cell disease (SCD) is an inherited disease that is found in people of African descent as well as those whose ancestry is from certain groups in India, the Middle East, and the Mediterranean. Its presence in Latin America is related to the intermingling of gene pools between people of African origin and the indigenous populations.
aspects of the disorder. The authors hope that this book will be used by medical students, house staff, general practi-tioners, specialists, nurses, social workers, psy-chologists, and other professionals as well as the families and patients who are coping with the complexities of sickle cell disease on a daily basis. The book, any part of. Sickle cell disease is an inherited blood disorder that affects red blood cells. People with sickle cell disease have red blood cells that contain mostly hemoglobin S, an abnormal type of hemoglobin. Sometimes these red blood cells become sickle-shaped (crescent shaped) and have difficulty passing through small blood vessels. When sickle-shaped cells block small blood [ ].
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International aspects of sickle cell disease: proceedings of the First International Conference on Sickle Cell Disease: a World Health Problem, NovemberAuthor: Roland B Scott ; Howard University. Psychosocial Aspects of Sickle Cell Disease presents the most current evaluations and research on biopsychosocial influence and interventions for persons with sickle cell disease.
A major step forward in better understanding sickle cell and its ramifications, this innovative book is the first to use the biopsychosocial model as its frame of Cited by: 4. Sickle Cell Pain is a panoramic, in-depth exploration of every scientific, human, and social dimension of this cruel disease.
This International aspects of sickle cell disease book, definitive work is unique in that it is the only book devoted to sickle cell pain, as opposed to general aspects of the disease. ‘O black Americans suffer from sickle cell disease, which makes it a major public health concern in the United States,’ writes Bloom, a geneticist and former senior editor of the Journal of the National Cancer first volume in the publisher's Understanding Health and Sickness Series offers readers insight into this as yet incurable, inherited by: Psychosocial Aspects of Sickle Cell Disease promotes team effort and systematically explores the quality of life issues confronting practitioners and service providers.
This groundbreaking book answers practitioners'questions regarding service provision, program development, and further research in the psychosocial issues of sickle cell disease. Sickle Cell Disease Sickle Cell Disease: Selected full-text books and articles. Uncertain Suffering: Racial Health Care Disparities and Sickle Cell Disease By Carolyn Moxley Rouse University of California Press, Read preview Overview.
The Politics. Sickle cell disease (SCD) is a pleiotropic genetic disorder of hemoglobin that has profound multiorgan effects. The low prevalence of SCD (approximately ,/US). Please cite this article in press as: Booth C, et al. Infection in sickle cell disease: A review, Int J Infect Dis (), doi: / Infection in sickle cell disease e3.
Telen, in her review, “ Beyond hydroxyurea: new and old drugs in the pipeline for sickle cell disease,” provides an overview of the history of drug development in SCD and describes clinical trials in drugs range from hydroxyurea, which is well known as the only FDA-approved therapy for SCD, to newer drugs, including inhibitors of selectins (extracellular.
American Thoracic Society International Conference. D SICKLE CELL DISEASE. Home > ATS Conferences > ATS American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care MedicineVolume Multi-Disciplinary Sickle Cell Disease/Pulmonology Clinic Reduces Pulmonary-Related Hospitalizations by More Than Half.
EVIDENCE-BASED MANAGEMENT OF SICKLE CELL DISEASE: EXPERT PANEL REPORT, ix Foreword The purpose of the “Evidence -Based Management of Sickle Cell Disease: Expert Panel Report (EPR), ” is to synthesize the available scientific evidence on sickle cell disease and offer guidance to busy primary care clinicians.
Sickle cell disease (SCD) is a group of blood disorders typically inherited from a person's parents. The most common type is known as sickle cell anaemia (SCA).
It results in an abnormality in the oxygen-carrying protein haemoglobin found in red blood cells. This leads to a rigid, sickle-like shape under certain circumstances.
Problems in sickle cell disease typically. General Discussion Summary Sickle cell disease (SCD) is a rare blood disorder that is inherited in an autosomal recessive manner.
It is characterized by the presence of sickle, or crescent-shaped, red blood cells (erythrocytes) in the bloodstream. Participants at a November meeting of the American Society for Hematology identified chronic pain management as a significant unmet need among individuals suffering from sickle cell disease.
Representatives of health care and research organizations concerned with sickle cell disease discussed ways to enhance cooperation and collaboration. CDC, together with the American Society of Hematology (ASH) external icon and the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America (SCDAA) external icon, created the Sickle Cell Trait toolkit is a collection of resources to increase understanding of sickle cell trait.
Check back soon for more tools that will be added in the coming months. Contributors discuss the biochemical and clinical aspects of hemoglobin abnormalities and cover topics ranging from amino acid substitutions to sickle cell disease, glycosylated hemoglobins, cystamine inhibition of sickling, and gelation of sickle cell hemoglobin.
State of the art management of acute vaso-occlusive pain in sickle cell disease. Paediatr Drugs. ;20(1) 2. Ballas SK, Gupta K, Adams-Graves P. Sickle cell pain: a critical reappraisal. Blood. ;(18) 3. Conran N, Franco-Penteado CF, Costa FF. Newer aspects of the pathophysiology of sickle cell disease vaso-occlusion.
Background: Sickle cell disease is a major public health issue in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), but it is still poorly understood by health professionals.
The objective of this study was to assess the knowledge and practices of Congolese physicians treating sickle cell disease (SCD), in order to identify the areas for improvement in clinical care. A new book from IASP Press, Sickle Cell Pain, Second Edition, is a panoramic, in-depth exploration of every scientific, human, and social dimension of this cruel disease.
This comprehensive work by Samir K. Ballas is unique in that it is the only book devoted to sickle cell pain, as opposed to general aspects of the disease.
Background: Sickle cell disease is an inherited hematological disorder that inflect s complex demands on the lives of the children and their families.
Aim: To describe the lived experience and everyday strains of parents of sickle cell disease s: A descriptive qualitative approach was used. Data were collected using face-to-face interviews with 11 parents of children with sickle.Contributors discuss the biochemical and clinical aspects of hemoglobin abnormalities and cover topics ranging from amino acid substitutions to sickle cell disease, glycosylated hemoglobins, cystamine inhibition of sickling, and gelation of sickle cell hemoglobin.
This volume is organized into 52 chapters and begins with a discussion of the role of distal residues. 1. Overview of sickle cell disease pain.
Sickle cell disease (SCD) is an inherited hemoglobinopathy that affects approximatelyindividuals in the United States and over 3 million individuals across the world [1,2].The autosomal recessive mutation (HbS) in the beta globin chain of hemoglobin leads to polymerization and erythrocyte sickling .