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Relationship between maternal and infant iron stores: 1. Full term infants



Relationship between maternal and infant iron stores: 1. Full term infants



Haematologia 19(3): 197-205



Serum ferritin, serum iron and total rion binding capacity were determined in 218 pregnant women at term and in the cord blood of their normal term infants. Both the mean weight (3210 g) and serum ferritin level (geometric mean 81.mu.g/l) of the neonates of iron deficient mothers were significantly lower than those of mothers with "normal" iron stores (weight 3390 g; cord ferritin level 115.mu.g/l).

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