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B12 for pernicious anaemia dosing frequencies based on the patients’ symptoms rather than on number value of serum B12 blood tests
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 21 Dec 2011
Does delayed diagnosis and thus treatment of pernicious anaemia cause people to develop adverse effects such as peripheral neuropathy or sub-acute combined degeneration of the spinal cord?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 28 Sep 2011
Does under treatment of pernicious anaemia cause cyclic cognitive impairment for patients?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 28 Sep 2011
What are the best patient reported outcomes to monitor treatment for pernicious anaemia?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 27 Sep 2011
Is there a more accurate test than the serum B12 test for monitoring pernicious anaemia, such as monitoring B12 analogues (that which the body cannot use)?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 12 Sep 2011
Is there a role for polypharmacy with B12 for treating pernicious anaemia?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 12 Sep 2011
What is the best way to monitor tissue cell function when a patient is taking any of the forms of B12 for classic pernicious anaemia?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 12 Sep 2011
What is the optimal dosing and frequency of B12 injections to treat a person with pernicious anaemia?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 12 Sep 2011
Would complications of pernicious anaemia, such as peripheral neuropathy or sub acute combined degeneration of the spinal cord, be avoided by more flexible dosing of B12, targeted to the patients symptoms?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 12 Sep 2011
Would patients with pernicious anaemia have better outcomes if they had access to other forms of injections of B12: such as cyanocobalamin or methylcobalamin?
  • Publication Type: Known Uncertainty
  • Publication Date: 12 Sep 2011
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