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Absorption of therapeutic preparations of iron measured with a whole body counter.
Br Med J. 1969 Nov 29; 4(5682):532-4.BM

Abstract

The Oxford Whole Body Counter was used to measure absorption from various therapeutic preparations of iron in five groups of subjects. Succinic acid enhanced absorption of iron when added to a solution of ferrous fumarate, but not when given with tablets of ferrous fumarate or ferrous sulphate. Ferrous fumarate plus ascorbic acid was absorbed better than ferrous fumarate alone but no better than ferrous sulphate. The addition of ascorbic acid and succinic acid to tablets of ferrous sulphate did not enhance absorption significantly.

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Clinical Trial
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Randomized Controlled Trial

Language

eng

PubMed ID

5354851

Citation

Callender, S T., and G T. Warner. "Absorption of Therapeutic Preparations of Iron Measured With a Whole Body Counter." British Medical Journal, vol. 4, no. 5682, 1969, pp. 532-4.
Callender ST, Warner GT. Absorption of therapeutic preparations of iron measured with a whole body counter. Br Med J. 1969;4(5682):532-4.
Callender, S. T., & Warner, G. T. (1969). Absorption of therapeutic preparations of iron measured with a whole body counter. British Medical Journal, 4(5682), 532-4.
Callender ST, Warner GT. Absorption of Therapeutic Preparations of Iron Measured With a Whole Body Counter. Br Med J. 1969 Nov 29;4(5682):532-4. PubMed PMID: 5354851.
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