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Volume : 6, Issue : 1, Year : 2021
Article Page : 51-53
Background & Methods: 400 consecutive blood samples of pregnant women’s as study group and 400 consecutive blood samples of non-pregnant women’s as control group, were included in the study. Each blood sample was mixed well and then approximately 20 ?L was aspirated by allowing the analyzer’s sampling probe into the blood sample and depressing the start button.
Result: Significant difference was seen between the pairs first trimester - second trimester; and second trimester -third trimester, while non-significant difference was seen between first trimester – third trimester pair. One-Way ANOVA test was used. F value = 14.79, P value = 0.000, Significant. The F value obtained was 14.79 with a P value of & lt; 0.05, which is statistically significant. Thus, lymphocyte values in all the three groups are statistically different. One-Way ANOVA test was used. F value = 2.96, P value = 0.053, Not Significant. The F value obtained was 2.96 with a P value of > 0.05, which is statistically not significant. Thus, onocytes values in all the three groups is comparable. As the ANOVA value was found to be non-significant, Post-hoc Tukey test has not been applied.
Study Designed: Observational Study.
Conclusion: The estimation of anemia prevalence is an important step for health policy makers, as hemoglobin estimation is most important parameter to start supplementation of iron or removing other cause of anemia to prevent unfavorable outcome. 5. In order to get better pregnancy care more accurate and reliable figures, uniform and standard methods and study designs are also recommended for primary studies at the national level.
Keywords: Platelets, Qualitative & Nonpregnant.
How to cite : Agarwal P , Kaur D , To study the changes in platelets both qualitative and quantitative in all pregnant and compare with nonpregnant women of same age group. IP J Diagn Pathol Oncol 2021;6(1):51-53
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