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Open Access | Published: 2017 - Issue 2

Age and Gender Association with Changes in Blood Cells Count After Radioiodine Therapy Download PDF

Farshid Gheisari, Atefe Raofi, Moammad Atefi, Fatemeh Mohseni, Lohrasb Rostami, Melika Emami, Ahmad Movahedpor

Aim: The effect of radioiodine on blood cell Materials and Methods: 23 patients who have expressed the written satisfaction to participate in the project 3 months, the first blood sample was taken from Their Before Radioiodine therapy. The next samples, were taken from patients 2 weeks after treatment and 3 months after treatment. To analyze the data is used from: descriptive statistics, middle, the confidence interval and appropriate chart. For compare reduction cells in two groups age and sex and Mann-Whitney test was used and finally, the final analysis was performed with software Spss- cp.

Result: Mean and standard deviation three stages 1 to 4 is drawn on a graph. The average results of WBC was 30/6991 in the first stage that showed no significant difference with average results of WBC in the second stage sampling  which was 43/6920 while the average results of WBC was slightly decreased in the third phase (13/6339). About hemoglobin, the average of data was 96/13 in sample of pre-treatment and in second and third stages was 13.04 and 13.4, respectively.  Standard deviation (SD) was 1.4 and 1.19 and 1.12 respectively in all three phases.

Conclusion: Female are more sensitive than men especial in PLT


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