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Dr.Shrinidhi Kulkarni


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I can answer all questions related to hematology. RBC, WBC, Platelet and blood forming organs etc and related questions. hematology also includes blood proteins, hemoglobin and disorders related to clotting abnormalities. So questions about all aspects of hematology are welcome!

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Working as a Doctor in Primary Health care Centre.


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MBBS, Internship in Internal Medicine

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2016-11-30 Does supplemental iron affect hebaglobin immediately?:

Christine,  I believe you mean it has 18 mg of elemental iron right? That would be pretty less and may not reflect any immediate change in blood work. A dose of 200 mg of elemental iron/day can show immediate

2016-11-29 Does supplemental iron affect hebaglobin immediately?:

Christine,  Iron supplements can show dramatic prognosis when given at therapeutic dose. But it depends on dose you are taking. Please do let me know what supplement you are taking and its dose.    Thanking

2016-11-27 Blood test results:

Anthony,  Amoxicillin can reduce wbc, neutrophil, platelet count, and increase eosinophil count. But lowering lymphocte count is not its adverse effect. So stop worrying and such minor variation isnt significant

2016-11-22 Blood test results:

Anthony,  Normally when there is bacterial infection, there is increase in production of neutrophiles and lymphocyte count reduces accordingly. So I think the slight reduction in absolute lymphocyte count

2016-11-18 oxygen levels in blood:

Hima,  I am glad to know you are interested in medical electronics. Have you heard of pulse oxymeter? It does measure oxygen saturation(in percentage) of blood. It can be used in various conditions involving


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