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Guideline: Daily Iron Supplementation in Infants and Children

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Guideline: Daily Iron Supplementation in Infants and Children

Publisher: World Health Organization
ISBN/ASIN: 9241549521
ISBN-13: 9789241549523
Number of pages: 54

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This guideline provides global, evidence-informed recommendations on daily iron supplementation in infants and children, as a public-health intervention for the prevention of anaemia and iron deficiency. It includes recommendations for iron supplementation in countries where malaria is prevalent.

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