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Status of thyroid function and iron overload in adolescents and young adults with beta thalassemia major treated with deferoxamine in Jordan.
Xi, "Hemoglobin and iron handling in brain after subarachnoid hemorrhage and the effect of deferoxamine on early brain injury," Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, vol.
Sensory neural hearing loss in beta-thalassemia major patients treated with deferoxamine.
Ferrostatin-1 and deferoxamine are iron-depleting agents that inhibit ferroptosis (Louandre et al.
Initial chelation therapy with deferoxamine was associated with poor compliance due to slow parenteral infusions and poor long-term outcome therefore oral chelating drugs deferasirox and deferiprone were introduced to prevent complications of iron over load, which showed improved compliance and efficacy.
Myocardial iron loading in patients with thalassemia major on deferoxamine chelation.
Deferoxamine Deferasirox Deferiprone diethylenetriamminepenta-acetic acid Deferasirox (ICL670A) and Pyridoxalisonicotinoylhydrazone (PIH) are potent chelating drugs actively used in thalassemic patients (Hoffbrand 1995; Pignatti and Galanello 2009; Waldmeier et al.
The iron chelators available are deferoxamine (given parenterally), deferiprone and deferasirox (given orally).
Deferoxamine chelation can be administered to patients who refuse or cannot withstand phlebotomy (i.
10) Deferoxamine given intravenously (IV) or subcutaneously has been the standard chelation agent.
Deferoxamine protects against elimination processes [41].