• Medicine
  • Published 1994

SELENIUM SUPPLEMENT IN THE PREVENTION OF PREGNANCY INDUCED HYPERTENSION

@inproceedings{1994SELENIUMSI,
  title={SELENIUM SUPPLEMENT IN THE PREVENTION OF PREGNANCY INDUCED HYPERTENSION},
  author={韩力 and 周世梅},
  year={1994}
}
The effect of selenium (Se) supplement on pregnancy was studied in 52 pregnant women with high risk factors of pregnancy induced hypertension (PIH). They were given natural Se dietetic liquid (100 μg / d) for 6-8 weeks during late pregnancy, and 48 controls were given placebo. They received similar routine prenatal care. The results revealed that Se supplement on the pregnant women prevented and decreased the incidence of PIH and gestational edema, and elevated the mother’s blood Se level by 0… CONTINUE READING

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