Iodine requirements during pregnancy, lactation and the neonatal period and indicators of optimal iodine nutrition

@article{Delange2007IodineRD,
  title={Iodine requirements during pregnancy, lactation and the neonatal period and indicators of optimal iodine nutrition},
  author={François M. Delange},
  journal={Public Health Nutrition},
  year={2007},
  volume={10},
  pages={1571 - 1580}
}
  • F. Delange
  • Published 2007
  • Medicine
  • Public Health Nutrition
Abstract Objective: This paper re-evaluates the requirements for iodine during pregnancy, lactation and the neonatal period, and formulates original proposals for the median concentrations of urinary iodine (UI) that indicate optimal iodine nutrition during these three critical periods of life. This paper also discusses the measurements that are used to explore thyroid functions during the same periods. Design: An extensive and critical review of the literature on thyroid physiopathology during… Expand

Paper Mentions

Observational Clinical Trial
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ConditionsIodine Compounds Overdose, Iodine Reaction, Pregnancy Related
InterventionOther
Interventional Clinical Trial
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ConditionsInfant Development, Iodine Deficiency Goiter
InterventionDietary Supplement, Other
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  • M. Zimmermann
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of clinical nutrition
  • 2009
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[Iodine intake during pregnancy: effects on thyroid function in mother and child].
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[Iodine intake during pregnancy: effects on thyroid function in mother and child].
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Pregnancy increases thyroid hormone requirements, and adequate iodine intake is therefore needed, and insufficient iodine intake in pregnant women is shown in a significant proportion of pregnant women. Expand
Iodine supplementation in pregnancy.
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There is a need to collect adequate data on iodine supplementation and urinary iodine during pregnancy, along with the universal salt iodination program, so that definitive conclusions can be made. Expand
Iodine levels and thyroid hormones in healthy pregnant women and birth weight of their offspring.
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It is suggested that iodine status during pregnancy may be related to prenatal growth in healthy women and the birth weight of their children. Expand
An assessment of the iodine status and the correlation between iodine nutrition and thyroid function during pregnancy in an iodine sufficient area
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In this cohort of pregnant women the iodine intakes were sufficient, and no correlation between urinary iodine concentration and thyroid function tests was found, but there was a weak correlation between UIE, TSH, T3 and TgAb in the third trimester. Expand
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