Dataset for "Betel quid use is associated with anemia among both men and women in Matlab, Bangladesh"

This includes data from a random sample of non-pregnant women and their husbands in Matlab, Bangladesh. These data were used to assess the association between betel quid use and anemia. Participants reported their current betel quid use and individual characteristics. Hemoglobin (a biomarker of anemia) was assessed directly at point of care with a hemoglobinometer and soluble transferrin receptor (a biomarker of iron deficiency) and C-reactive protein (a biomarker of inflammation) were assessed in dried blood spots via enzyme immunoassay. This dataset is for a paper entitled, "Betel quid use is associated with anemia among both men and women in Matlab, Bangladesh" published in PLOS Global Public Health.

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Sznajder, Kristin; Shenk, Mary (2023). Dataset for "Betel quid use is associated with anemia among both men and women in Matlab, Bangladesh" [Data set]. Scholarsphere. https://doi.org/10.26207/245q-c474

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Work Title Dataset for "Betel quid use is associated with anemia among both men and women in Matlab, Bangladesh"
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  1. Kristin Elizabeth King Sznajder
  2. Mary Shenk
License CC0 1.0 (Public Domain Dedication)
Work Type Dataset
Publication Date 2023
DOI doi:10.26207/245q-c474
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Deposited March 28, 2023

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    • This includes data from a random sample of non-pregnant women and their husbands in Matlab, Bangladesh. These data were used to assess the association between betel quid use and anemia. Participants reported their current betel quid use and individual characteristics. Hemoglobin (a biomarker of anemia) with a hemoglobinometer and soluble transferrin receptor (a biomarker of iron deficiency) and C-reactive protein (a biomarker of inflammation) were assessed in dried blood spots via enzyme immunoassay.
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    • Betel quid use; Anemia; Bangladesh
    • Dataset for "Betel quid use is associated with anemia among both men and women in Matlab, Bangladesh"
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    • This includes data from a random sample of non-pregnant women and their husbands in Matlab, Bangladesh. These data were used to assess the association between betel quid use and anemia. Participants reported their current betel quid use and individual characteristics. Hemoglobin (a biomarker of anemia) with a hemoglobinometer and soluble transferrin receptor (a biomarker of iron deficiency) and C-reactive protein (a biomarker of inflammation) were assessed in dried blood spots via enzyme immunoassay.
    • This includes data from a random sample of non-pregnant women and their husbands in Matlab, Bangladesh. These data were used to assess the association between betel quid use and anemia. Participants reported their current betel quid use and individual characteristics. Hemoglobin (a biomarker of anemia) with a hemoglobinometer and soluble transferrin receptor (a biomarker of iron deficiency) and C-reactive protein (a biomarker of inflammation) were assessed in dried blood spots via enzyme immunoassay. This dataset is for a paper entitled, "Betel quid use is associated with anemia among both men and women in Matlab, Bangladesh" published in PLOS Global Public Health
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    Description
    • This includes data from a random sample of non-pregnant women and their husbands in Matlab, Bangladesh. These data were used to assess the association between betel quid use and anemia. Participants reported their current betel quid use and individual characteristics. Hemoglobin (a biomarker of anemia) with a hemoglobinometer and soluble transferrin receptor (a biomarker of iron deficiency) and C-reactive protein (a biomarker of inflammation) were assessed in dried blood spots via enzyme immunoassay. This dataset is for a paper entitled, "Betel quid use is associated with anemia among both men and women in Matlab, Bangladesh" published in PLOS Global Public Health
    • This includes data from a random sample of non-pregnant women and their husbands in Matlab, Bangladesh. These data were used to assess the association between betel quid use and anemia. Participants reported their current betel quid use and individual characteristics. Hemoglobin (a biomarker of anemia) with a hemoglobinometer and soluble transferrin receptor (a biomarker of iron deficiency) and C-reactive protein (a biomarker of inflammation) were assessed in dried blood spots via enzyme immunoassay. This dataset is for a paper entitled, "Betel quid use is associated with anemia among both men and women in Matlab, Bangladesh" published in PLOS Global Public Health.
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    • This includes data from a random sample of non-pregnant women and their husbands in Matlab, Bangladesh. These data were used to assess the association between betel quid use and anemia. Participants reported their current betel quid use and individual characteristics. Hemoglobin (a biomarker of anemia) with a hemoglobinometer and soluble transferrin receptor (a biomarker of iron deficiency) and C-reactive protein (a biomarker of inflammation) were assessed in dried blood spots via enzyme immunoassay. This dataset is for a paper entitled, "Betel quid use is associated with anemia among both men and women in Matlab, Bangladesh" published in PLOS Global Public Health.
    • This includes data from a random sample of non-pregnant women and their husbands in Matlab, Bangladesh. These data were used to assess the association between betel quid use and anemia. Participants reported their current betel quid use and individual characteristics. Hemoglobin (a biomarker of anemia) was assessed directly at point of care with a hemoglobinometer and soluble transferrin receptor (a biomarker of iron deficiency) and C-reactive protein (a biomarker of inflammation) were assessed in dried blood spots via enzyme immunoassay. This dataset is for a paper entitled, "Betel quid use is associated with anemia among both men and women in Matlab, Bangladesh" published in PLOS Global Public Health.
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