STUDY OF HAEMOGLOBIN LEVEL IN POPULATION WITH RESPECT TO THEIR AGE AND SEX FROM PUNE (M.S), INDIA
Keywords:Haemoglobin level, Age groups, Human population, Pune
The hemoglobin concentration of blood is widely used in the assessment of health state. The percentage of Hb is varies depending upon the age, sex, body build and social, nutritional and environmental factors. Anemia is a condition where there is decrease in the level of Hb the the cut-off levels of Hb, which is given by WHO. In the present study haemoglobin level is estimated in different age groups in human living in urban area. The total individuals of 445 (270 male and 175 female) 60.67% and 39.32% respectively are used as sampling in this study.
The present findings reveals that the mean of heamoglobin level in different age groups in male and female as 0-19 (M,12. 9, F 13.1) 20-40 (M,15.35 F,10.9) 41-60 (M,12.45, F 10.25) 61-80 (M,10.95 F,10.25).
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