Clinical Evidence

Carao for Blood Health Support in Cases of Sickle Cell

Clinical experience by Dr. Attahiru Isa Sokoto, M.D

Dr. Attahiru Isa Sokoto, M.D.
Department of Paediatrics
Specialist Hospital Sokoto
Sokoto State, Nigeria
(note Sept., 2010: Dr. Sokoto is no longer involved with testing carao, so his contact information has been removed from this website.)

Selected quotes by Dr. Attahiru Isa Sokoto:

"Carao is a new dawn in the management of Sickle Cell Disease and Anaemia.  We have been given it on trial for our Sicklers and Anaemic Patients for Good results."
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Laboratory Results, Sokoto State Specialist Hospital December- Feb., 2009

Feb. 23, 2009
From a post by Dr. Sokoto in the forum: http://forum.anemiaanswer.com/viewtopic.php?t=268
Department of Paediatrics
Specialist Hospital Sokoto
Attending Physician Dr. Attahiru Isa Sokoto, M.D.
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Laboratory Results, Carao for Sickle Cell Anemia, Sokoto State Specialist Hospital December- Feb., 2008

as posted by Dr. Attahiru Sokoto at http://forum.anemiaanswer.com/viewtopic.php?t=260
Department of Paediatrics
Specialist Hospital Sokoto
Attending Physician Dr. Attahiru Isa Sokoto, M.D.

Carao study in Sickle Cell Anaemia From December to February 2008  read more »

Laboratory Results, Sokoto State Specialist Hospital May, 2006

Department of Paediatrics
Specialist Hospital Sokoto-Phone 080 52613602
Attending Physician Dr. Attahiru Isa Sokoto, M.D.

1. Name:-Mohammed Alh.Tukur
Age:-1 year and 2 month
Diagnosis:- Sickle cell Anaemia/crisis
Lab. result:-PCV before Carao 10% on 15.02.2006
PCV after Carao 20% on 30.02.2006

2. Name:-Hadiza Musa
Age:- 2 years
Diagnosis:- Sickle Cell Anaemia
Lab. result :-PCV before Carao 35% on 22.02.2006
On 9.03.2006 PCV after Carao 46%  read more »

Laboratory Results, Sokoto State Specialist Hospital November, 2005

Department of Paediatrics
Specialist Hospital Sokoto-Phone 080 52613602
Attending Physician Dr. Attahiru Isa Sokoto, M.D.

The new data on patients receiving Carao is as follow:-  read more »

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