Abstract— Anemia in pregnancy is a major health problem in developing country like India. So this present study was carried out at Dr. Kusum Sharma Hospital Bharatpur (Rajasthan) India, with the aim to find out the determinents of anemia in Antenatal cases attended for delivery. period on pregnancy outcomes. For this study, 100 Antenatal Cases (ANCs) attended for delivery at Dr. Kusum Sharma Hospital Bharatpur (Rajasthan) India were included in this study. These ANCs were interrogated and investigated for hemoglobin estimation. It was found in this study that 63% of proportion of ANCs were having Anemia. Anemia was found to associate with age, residence, education, occupation and parity of ANCs but not with BMI and bad obstetric history of ANCs. Anemia was found significantly more in younger age, less educated and housewives than their counterparts. Likewise ANCs of rural area had more chances of Anemia than those residing in urban areas. And ANCs having either zero parity or parity more than two had more probability to have anemia than their counterparts.
Keywords: Antenatal Cases (ANCs), Anemia in pregnancy, Determinants of ANCs
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