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Effect of Maternal Serum Calcium on Fetal Birth Weight

@inproceedings{Chandrasekaran2015EffectOM,
  title={Effect of Maternal Serum Calcium on Fetal Birth Weight},
  author={Deepika Chandrasekaran and SheelaRavinder and G Padmavathi and Jaya Vijayaraghavan},
  year={2015}
}
Calcium is an important component of a healthy diet. It is essential for all living organisms as it signals the various cellular processes. It also helps in mineralization of bone, teeth and its maintenance throughout life. . Pregnancy causes a tremendous shift in maternal calcium metabolism as calcium becomes important for the fetal bone mineralization. This study establishes the effects of calcium on the fetal birth weight. Method: This cross sectional study was conducted among 100 antenatal… 

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