The Connection Between Anemia and the Intestinal Conditions

Date:  2021-03-12 01:18:06
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Based on recent study news that was published in the American Medical Associations journal, it is severe anemia that has fatal effects on the intestinal conditions and not the red blood cell transfusion. Intestinal conditions are among the major causes of death among the infants. The study by Holly Korschun (2016) indicated that the intestinal conditions are not caused by the red blood cells as indicated by several other previous studies, are influenced by anemia. Based on the understanding of the cardiovascular system and the blood flow in the body organs, these results from the study can be assessed. This connection between the intestinal conditions and anemia can be evaluated to seek the validity of the results. Therefore, this paper assesses the possible connection between the intestinal conditions and the influence of anemia on the condition. It presents three factors that agree with the study results, and three factors that disagree with the study results.

The study results can be proved by three reasons:

All the organs of the body require a free supply of blood and enough oxygen to function properly. It is the cardiovascular system that functions to supply blood and enough oxygen to all the body parts. Anemia limits the amount of blood supplied to the body organs, which causes them to malfunction. Therefore, anemia can be described as a cardiovascular system problem. The connection between anemia and the intestinal conditions can be proved from the fact that anemia limits the amount of blood supplied to the intestinal organs, hence causing them to dysfunction.

Another factor that can justify the study results is that the cardiovascular system is connected to all the organs of the body including the intestines. The blood vessels make up the cardiovascular system, which means that any dysfunction of the system in any part of the body can be considered as that parts dysfunction that has caused the condition. Therefore, the high rate of infants deaths as a result of intestinal conditions can be caused by the dysfunction of the cardiovascular system within the intestinal organs.

Another factor that agrees with the study results is that the cardiovascular system is connected to all other body systems and organs. Consequently, it means that the system can spread a condition from a small part to the entire system, hence, making the condition critical. For instance, a small condition in the digestive system can be spread through the cardiovascular system to affect the intestinal system. This condition is then manifested as the intestinal condition but in reality it started from a different part. Therefore, the studys results indicating that the intestinal conditions are caused by severe anemia can be proved based on the three issues about the cardiovascular system.

On the other hand, the study results can be disproved by various issues concerning the system. The study indicated that the intestinal conditions are caused by anemia and not the red blood cells.

The red blood cells are responsible for carrying oxygen to the various body organs. Anemia is caused by lack of enough Iron in the body to make the red blood cells, or after a severe loss of red blood cells. The study indicates that the red blood cells do not have any influence on intestinal conditions. This means that the study does not consider the fact that anemia is caused by limited or malfunctioning red blood cells. The cardiovascular system also requires nourishment with oxygen to function properly CITATION Bet12 \l 1033 (Better Health Channel, 2012). Therefore, it means that failure of the red blood cells to supply the required amount of oxygen would lead to faulty cardiovascular system. A faulty cardiovascular system can affect various parts of the body, as we saw before, which therefore means that the red blood cells can have an influence on the various conditions including the intestinal.

Additionally, although both the intestinal organs and the cardiovascular system are related and co-work to provide and supply energy to the body parts, the intestinal conditions are not necessarily influenced by the cardiovascular system. The study results show that the intestinal conditions are caused by anemia but lack of enough red blood cells is what causes the cardiovascular problem. The intestinal organs depend on the oxygen provided by the red blood cells to function. This means that if the cells do not supply enough oxygen to the digestive system then they cannot work well, hence, developing various conditions. Anemia only occurs as a condition that is caused by limited red blood cells.

Moreover, a condition of the cardiovascular system within the intestines can be referred as the intestinal condition, which is not right. Malfunctioning blood vessels within the intestinal organs cannot be referred as an intestinal condition because it is a cardiovascular condition. Various critical issues such as the death of the infants can mainly be caused by improper function of the blood vessels within the intestines.

Based on the study about anemia causing the abdominal conditions can be approved and disapproved by various reasons. The intestinal conditions can be influenced by the cardiovascular system but it is not always the case.

References

BIBLIOGRAPHY Better Health Channel. (2012). Circulatory system.

Holly, K. (2016). Severe anemia linked to risk for intestinal disease in premature infants.

 

 

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