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Multiple micronutrient supplementation during pregnancy in low-income countries: Review of methods and characteristics of studies included in the meta-analyses

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  • Barrie Margetts
  • Caroline Fall
  • Carine Ronsmans
  • Lindsay H. Allen
  • David J. Fisher
  • Pierre Adou
  • Víctor M. Aguayo
  • Zulfiqar Ahmed Bhutta
  • Parul Christian
  • Shaonong Dang
  • Gwenola Desplats
  • Michael Dibley
  • Shams El Arifeen
  • Caroline Fall
  • David Fisher
  • Exnevia Gomo
  • Batool Azra Haider
  • Adi Hidayat
  • Abbas Jahari
  • Pernille Kaestel
  • Patrick Kolsteren
  • Kusharisupeni
  • Aissa Mamadoultaibou
  • Dharma Sharna Mandandhar
  • Barrie Margetts
  • Clive Osmond
  • David Osrin
  • Lars Ake Persson
  • Usha Ramakrishnan
  • Dominique Roberfroid
  • Carine Rons-mans
  • Anuraj H. Shankar
  • Subarkah
  • Sunawang
  • Budi Utomo
  • Anjana Vaidya
  • Hong Yan
  • Noel Zagre
  • Lingxia Zeng

This paper reports on the methods and characteristics of 12 studies from developing countries included in a meta-analysis of the impact of antenatal supplements of multiple micronutrients compared with iron-folic acid on micronutrient status, maternal nutritional status, birth outcomes, and neonatal survival.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftFood and Nutrition Bulletin
Vol/bind30
Udgave nummer4 SUPPL.
Sider (fra-til)S517-S526
ISSN0379-5721
StatusUdgivet - 1 dec. 2009

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