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Iron absorption studies

Gunnar Ekenved

Iron absorption studies

studies on oral iron preparations using serum iron and different radioiron isotope techniques

by Gunnar Ekenved

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Published by Munksgaard in Copenhagen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Iron deficiency anemia -- Chemotherapy.,
  • Ferrous sulphate -- Therapeutic use.,
  • Absorption (Physiology).,
  • Oral medication.,
  • Drugs -- Dosage forms.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statementby Gunnar Ekenved.
    SeriesScandinavian journal of haematology., 28
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC641.7.I7 E38
    The Physical Object
    Pagination97 p. :
    Number of Pages97
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4950805M
    ISBN 108716023137
    LC Control Number76378969

    While iron loss from the body is quantitatively as important as iron absorption, excretion is limited and plays a more passive role [1]. It has been known for many years that iron is absorbed in the small intestine. However, the mechanisms involved in mucosal uptake of dietary iron and mucosal transfer of iron into the plasma are poorly :// In 6 separate iron-absorption studies using a crossover design, women (n = ) consumed whole-maize porridge fortified with 3 mg stable isotope-labeled FeSO4 or NaFeEDTA with different

    Iron absorption studies: studies on oral iron preparations using serum iron and different radioiron isotope techniques. [Gunnar Ekenved] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gunnar Ekenved. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: The present study aimed to demonstrate that Sideral® RM (SRM, Sucrosomial® Raw Material Iron) is transported across the excised intestine via a biological mechanism, and to investigate the effect that this transport route may produce on oral iron absorption, which is expected to reduce the gastrointestinal (GI) side effects caused by the bioavailability of non-absorbed ://

      Both the calcium and the proteins in dairy inhibit iron absorption. Calcium can inhibit the absorption of both heme and non-heme iron. Removing milk or cheese from meals may increase iron absorption by %. Egg and soy protein. There is some indication that an egg can reduce iron absorption by 28% Two recent studies have led to new insights into supplements containing the prebiotic Vivinal GOS—developed by FrieslandCampina; it increases the uptake of iron and improves gut microbiome. The first Study Prebiotics Improve Iron Absorption showed an increase in iron absorption by 62 percent upon supplementation with the prebiotic in iron deficient Kenyan ://


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iron absorption from a low-fiber diet measured from Iron absorption studies book morning meals (55Fe) was almost 80% higher than the average iron absorption measured from all meals (59Fe) during the last two days on this diet. The iron absorption from a high fiber diet eaten at breakfast was almost 50% higher than the daily average :// Iron absorption occurs through the differentiated epithelial cells (enterocytes) of the mid and upper villus, and predominantly in the proximal part of the small intestine.

17–20,22,37 The proteins involved in this process are listed and briefly described in Table The immature enterocytes of the intestinal crypts handle iron quite differently from their mature counterparts (as noted above).

Iron absorption by the intestine plays a central role in regulating the body iron content, since little iron is excreted by the bowel or kidney. 43 Figure shows the possible pathways of iron across the mucosal absorptive cell as suggested by studies in the rat.

The first step in iron absorption is the transfer of iron from the lumen of the intestine to the brush border region of the :// /iron-absorption. Iron excess is a potential liver-damaging factor, and bile salts can increase iron digestive absorption and iron biliary excretion.

The aim of this study was to investigate in rats the effect of Iron absorption studies in iron deficiency. [Anders Norrby] Iron absorption studies book. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Anders Norrby.

Find more information about: ISBN: Boender, C. A., Verloop, M. C.: Iron absorption, iron loss and iron retention in man; studies after oral administration of a tracer dose of 59 FeSO 4 and BaSO 4.

Iron Deficiency Iron Absorption Mucosal Cell Pernicious Anaemia Increase Iron Absorption These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.

This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm :// Histochemical studies were made on the effect of feeding various preparations of iron to white mice with regard to amount and sites of iron deposition.

FeCl3 produced the most rapid deposition of iron especially in the wall of the alimentary tract. When iron feeding was continued for 3 weeks the difference between the effects of the various preparations was less :// For part 1 see Abst.Vol. Female Holtzman rats weighing about g were fasted for 16 h, with free access to 5% glucose in iron-free water.

After the fast a standard test dose of 20 µg Fe as FeSOH20 labelled with 5 µc 59FeSO4 was given in a 2-ml volume by stomach tube to the rats under light ether anaesthesia. The rats were killed at intervals and samples of intestine, blood Phytic acid and iron are thought to form insoluble complexes which are not available for absorption under the pH conditions of the small intestine.

A number of recent studies have suggested that reducing the phytate content of foods by genetic modification or via the action of intrinsic or extrinsic phytases may have a beneficial impact on iron Part 3 said to be in press In 41 men, with Hb concentrations greater than 12 g per ml, who had lost an average of 8 g Fe in blood donations, serum Fe and plasma Fe clearance rates were normal but serum total Fe-binding capacity was raised.

Absorption of 59Fe from mg Fe as ferrous sulfate, estimated with a whole body counter, was much :// The 59Fe3+/59Fe2+ absorption ratio for a diagnostic mg Fe dose increased from in subjects with normal iron stores to in persons with depleted iron stores, whereas this absorption Intestinal iron absorption increased 3–4-fold (predominantly due to changes in mucosal transfer), as compared to wild-type controls and heterozygotes, and was ascertained to be a major factor The pattern of the absorption curve in this patient (fig.

5), though in outline similar to that in the other cases was unusual. 3 weeks after the injection of radioactive iron- dextran, the level of the [quot] slow [quot] absorption curve fell from 40% to about 10% over about 24 days, and then continued at rather less than 0'1% per ://   – Increases non-heme (plant based) iron absorption.

Scurvy, common among sailors in the 15 th and 16 th centuries, is a disease that arises when there is a deficiency of vitamin C. The early symptoms include fatigue, lethargy, and :// 4.

Subjects were 10 normal volunteers in prison and 13 patients with cirrhosis of the liver, from 11 of whom satisfactory results were procured. With a 4-lumen 2-balloon tube a loop of duodenum and proximate jejunum was isolated and washed free from secretions, and a perfusate containing stable and radioactive Fe with polyethylene glycol as marker was infused at pH 3 or :// Studies have shown that cysteine could enhance iron absorption in human bodies and thus, greater iron availability is expected by increasing the amount of cysteine residues in crop ://   Two different designs of iron isotope absorption studies can be used to measure the impact of compounds such as polyphenols on iron absorption; single and multiple meal studies.

In single meal studies, one single test meal containing the total iron isotope is administered on a single day and absorption is ://   Several studies suggest that iron absorption is low from rice-based meals.

Comparisons of the effect of rice starch and wheat starch on iron absorption showed that rice had no effect on absorption.

Observed differences in effects on iron absorption between different batches of rice starch could be explained by differences in the phytate :// Early iron radioisotope studies (8, 9) and subsequent stable iron isotope studies have provided key data on maternal iron utilization across gestation.

These studies quantified maternal iron absorption based on the amount of orally administered iron tracer that was incorporated into maternal red blood cells (RBCs), assuming a fixed fraction of.

MJ Pippard, in Blood and Bone Marrow Pathology (Second Edition), Iron absorption in health and disease. Iron absorption is normally extremely sensitive to changes in body iron status, and both heme and non-heme iron absorption show an inverse relationship to iron stores.

45 However, pathological disturbances also influence iron absorption (Fig. ).• Iron absorption and distribution are determined by the activities of iron transport and storage proteins. • Absorption of iron by the epithelial cells of the proximal gastrointestinal tract is a highly regulated physiological process that maintains body iron homeostasis.

• Iron efflux from cells occurs through the transporter ://  Iron absorption from the whole diet. There is limited information about the total amounts of iron absorbed from the diet because no simple method is available to measure iron absorption from the whole diet.

It has been measured by chemical balance studies using long balance periods or by determining the haemoglobin regeneration rate in subjects