Iron supplements don't improve outcomes in study of 150 preemies

01/21/2013 | DailyRx.com

Premature babies who were given iron supplements did not fare better in terms of transfusion need, red blood cell counts or mortality than infants who did not receive the supplements, according to findings in the journal Pediatrics. The randomized study involved 150 infants smaller than 3.3 pounds.

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