Role of Vitamin D supplementation in pregnancy associated with Vitamin D Deficiency
More than 60% Indian women have low 25(OH) D concentration (<50 nmol/L) at 30-week gestation1.
ADVERSE OUTCOMES OF
VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY IN PREGNANCY
POSITIVE IMPACT OF VITAMIN D
SUPPLEMENTATION IN PREGNANT WOMEN
Vitamin D supplementation provides a positive impact for prevention of adverse outcomes related to Vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy1
Abbreviation: 25(OH)D, 25-hydroxyvitamin D
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