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Hemoglobin Zurich


Other Names for this Disease
  • Hb-Zurich
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Treatment


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How might hemoglobin Zurich be treated?

The most important aspect of management for hemoglobin (Hb) Zurich is to avoid agents that might trigger hemolytic anemia. Mild hemolytic anemia may not need treatment, as long as the condition doesn't worsen. Treatments for severe hemolytic anemia include blood transfusions, medicines, and plasmapheresis. Click here to visit the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute to learn more about treatment.
Last updated: 3/20/2014

References
  1. What is Hemolytic Anemia?. National Heart Lung and Blood Institute. April 2011; http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/health-topics/topics/ha/. Accessed 3/20/2014.