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The use of molybdenized ferrous sulphate in the treatment of true iron deficient anemia of pregnancy



The use of molybdenized ferrous sulphate in the treatment of true iron deficient anemia of pregnancy



American Journal of Medicine Science 212(1): 76-82



The avg. rate of gain of Hb in 11 pregnant [female] [female] with Fe deficiency anemia, when treated with molybdenized Fe, was greater than that in the control group of 11 similar patients treated with ferrous sulphate alone. Absorption studies in 4 normal adults revealed no significant difference in the degree of absorption of the 2 forms of Fe.

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