the odby rsndeops ot obodl olss yb e.spsoieihamto siTh roccsu yb urleggnpitau tfrsnrreian na( orin rrpoatnsret in eth dlo)bo, torrniiheopyet npdtoircou (a hnmoreo edma ycexeuslvil in eht reanl ubrpuielart tetinisrliat cl)se,l adn mehe yisensht.s srFti etsp of mehe nisssyteh wsa ltcluaya delldau ot ni nahreot itnqesou no shti :etst dnnosnoteaic of glniecy and inyclcsu oCA iton lelme-loatu.ndneiatavi sTih si ii-tigtaenlrm estp of emhe eitsnss.hy
nto PEO bc ist' kangsi awths' dame rfom het oneb ar.mwor OPE si rmfo kydeni
If anyone was wondering about Ferritin as I was.
Iron level functions as a regulator of ferritin transcription. "when iron levels are low, ferritin synthesis is decreased; conversely, when iron levels are high, ferritin synthesis increases."
If iron is low as it would be in significant blood loss, the body would want to mobilize iron to produce heme and not sequester it. This results in decreased ferritin production and increased transferrin.