Hemoglobin H: Introduction
Hemoglobin H: A genetic blood anomaly that causes enlarged liver and spleen and hemolytic anemia.
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causes, and treatments of Hemoglobin H is available below.
Symptoms of Hemoglobin H
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Treatments for Hemoglobin H
- Folate supplementation as deficiency often occurs with high cell turnover
- Blood transfusion
- Chronic transfusion in those with haemoglobin H disease
- Chelation therapy - to treat iron overload in patients requiring chronic transfusion
- Splenectomy - if transfusion requirements are increasing
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