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Effect of smoking on Red Blood Cells Count , Hemoglobin Concentration and Red Cell indices

@inproceedings{Khan2016EffectOS,
  title={Effect of smoking on Red Blood Cells Count , Hemoglobin Concentration and Red Cell indices},
  author={Muhammad Ibrahim Khan and Mulazim Hussain Bukhari and Muhammad Saleem Akhtar},
  year={2016}
}
Background. Cigarette smoking contributes to the development or progression of numerous chronic and age-related disease processes. One major risk factor for morbidity and mortality among smokers is cardiovascular disease and lung cancer. Hematological abnormalities have been associated with coronary heart disease and other oxidative damage at the tissue levels increasing in age is significantly associated with higher heamoglobin concentrations. Aim: To see the effects of smoke on RBCs count, HB… Expand
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