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Title: A fast-track anaemia clinic in the Emergency Department: cost-analysis of intravenous iron administration for treating iron-deficiency anaemia.
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Issue Date: Sep-2017
Citation: Blood Transfus.2017 Sep;(15)5:438-446
Abstract: A fast-track anaemia clinic (FTAC) for the management of moderate-to-severe iron-deficiency anaemia (IDA) was established in our Emergency Department in 2010. In this FTAC, the replacement of packed red cell transfusion by ferric carboxymaltose administration was proven to be safe and effective. The aim of this study was a cost-analysis of IDA management in the FTAC, comparing this management with the previous standard care pathway consisting of packed red cell transfusion, if needed, and referral to outpatient specialised care.
PMID: 28151394
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12530/32762
Rights: openAccess
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