1. Analyze the incidence of rates of specific types of anemia among different adult patient populations.
2. Screen pregnant women for iron-deficiency anemia and provide guidance on appropriate iron supplementation or consumption in pregnancy.
3. Prepare plans to appropriately treat and manage anemia in patients with inherited or acquired anemic conditions (including those who are at increased risk due to risk factors or underlying conditions).
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Benjamin Paul Gilmer, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University of South Carolina, UNC-SIM MAHEC Family Medicine Residency Program, Asheville, North Carolina
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