Adapting iron dose supplementation in pregnancy for greater effectiveness on mother and child health: protocol of the ECLIPSES randomized clinical trial

@inproceedings{Arija2014AdaptingID,
  title={Adapting iron dose supplementation in pregnancy for greater effectiveness on mother and child health: protocol of the ECLIPSES randomized clinical trial},
  author={Victoria Arija and Francesc Fargas and Gemma March and Susana Abajo and Josep Basora and Josefa Canals and Blanca Ribot and Estefania Aparicio and N{\'u}ria Serrat and Carmen Hern{\'a}ndez-Mart{\'i}nez and N{\'u}ria Aranda},
  booktitle={BMC pregnancy and childbirth},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Currently, there is no consensus regarding iron supplementation dose that is most beneficial for maternal and offspring health during gestation. Recommended iron supplementation dose does not preempt anemia in around 20% of the pregnancies, nor the risk of hemoconcentration in 15%. This deficit, or excess, of iron prejudices the mother-child wellbeing. Therefore the aims of the study are to determine the highest level of effectiveness of iron supplementation adapted to hemoglobin (Hb… CONTINUE READING
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