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In our clinic we deal with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the circulatory system and autoimmune diseases .

Anaemias are the most common:

  • Iron deficiency anaemia (so-called microcytic anaemia). This can be caused by insufficient dietary iron intake, malabsorption or over-consumption in bacterial infections, parasitic infections or cancer. The most common causes, however, are parasites and chronic bleeding, for example with diarrhoea and other intestinal diseases (ulcers, IBD).
  • Vitamin B 12 deficiency anaemia , which leads to macrocytic anaemia diagnosed in patients with a dietary deficiency of this vitamin, but mainly with intestinal absorption disorders( IBD) or parasitic infections.
  • Anaemia in chronic renal failure due to erythropoietin deficiency, resulting in decreased red blood cell production in the bone marrow leading to non-regenerative anaemia. In our clinic, we treat such patients with erythropoietin and darbepoetin preparations.
  • Chronic disease anaemia: here the mechanism of anaemia is very complex. This may be due to insufficient production of red cells in the bone marrow, their rapid destruction in the periphery, deficiencies of vitamin B12, iron, folic acid or electrolytic or biochemical disorders that alter the integrity of the cell membranes of red cells, leading to their rupture, causing haemolysis.
  • Post-haemorrhagic anaemia, where there is a decrease in the number of red blood cells as a result of a sudden loss of blood, and thus a decrease in the oxygen-carrying capacity of the cells – hypoxia. This condition requires an immediate stop to the bleeding and sometimes a blood transfusion is necessary.
  • Haemolytic anaemia caused by parasitic diseases, bacterial diseases, severe diseases of other organs (uremia), poisoning (after eating garlic, onions, cured meats), immunological diseases.
  • Anaemia due to infection with parasites, especially those transmitted by ticks. One of the most common is Babesia Canis, a parasite that multiplies in red blood cells, causing them to break down and subsequently lead to anaemia. Another is Erlhichia causing a decrease in white blood cells and platelets thus disrupting blood clotting and uncontrolled bleeding.
  • Anaemia in autoimmune diseases :AIMHA, thrombocytopenia of autoimmune background, systemic lupus.

The diagnosis of diseases of the circulatory system requires extensive knowledge and experience.

Most examinations are performed on site at our Diagnostic Centre.