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Absorption of slow-release iron and effects of ascorbic acid in normal subjects and after partial gastrectomy.
Br Med J. 1974 Nov 30; 4(5943):505-8.BM

Abstract

Radiolabelled tablets of slow-release iron and ferrous sulphate containing 50 mg of elemental iron were given to 28 patients, and iron absorption was studied using a whole body counter.There was no significant difference between the absorption of ferrous sulphate and that of slow-release iron in normal subjects, anaemic patients, anaemic and non-anaemic post-gastrectomy patients, or those with coeliac disease. Ascorbic acid potentiated iron absorption, especially in anaemic post-gastrectomy patients.The indications and hazards of slow release iron preparations are discussed.

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Clinical Trial
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Randomized Controlled Trial

Language

eng

PubMed ID

4215536

Citation

Baird, I M., et al. "Absorption of Slow-release Iron and Effects of Ascorbic Acid in Normal Subjects and After Partial Gastrectomy." British Medical Journal, vol. 4, no. 5943, 1974, pp. 505-8.
Baird IM, Walters RL, Sutton DR. Absorption of slow-release iron and effects of ascorbic acid in normal subjects and after partial gastrectomy. Br Med J. 1974;4(5943):505-8.
Baird, I. M., Walters, R. L., & Sutton, D. R. (1974). Absorption of slow-release iron and effects of ascorbic acid in normal subjects and after partial gastrectomy. British Medical Journal, 4(5943), 505-8.
Baird IM, Walters RL, Sutton DR. Absorption of Slow-release Iron and Effects of Ascorbic Acid in Normal Subjects and After Partial Gastrectomy. Br Med J. 1974 Nov 30;4(5943):505-8. PubMed PMID: 4215536.
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