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NUTRITION IN PREGNANCY

Nutrition is the intake of food necessary for optimal health.

Choices regarding maternal nutrition & lifestyle affect maternal & child health.

The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends that women develop healthy dietary behaviors prior, during & after their pregnancy for optimal maternal & infant health outcomes.

The goal of prenatal nutrition is to provide for the optimal development of the fetus & to support maternal health.

Drug Information

Indication: Fe deficiency w/ & w/o anaemia. Prophylaxis of Fe deficiency during pregnancy.

Indication: Fe deficiency & Fe deficiency anaemia. Prophylactic therapy of Fe deficiency to cover the recommended dail...

Indication: Fe deficiency w/ or w/o anaemia. Prevention of Fe & folic acid deficiency before, during & after pregn...

Indication: Fe deficiency & Fe deficiency anaemia. Prophylactic therapy of Fe deficiency to cover the recommended dail...

Indication: Correction of combined vit D & Ca deficiency in the elderly. Adjunct to treatment of osteoporosis in patie...

Indication: Dietary supplement for the prevention of neural tube defect.

Indication: Prevention & treatment of Ca deficiency.

Calcium with Vitamin D Plus YSP
calcium carbonate + vitamin D

Indication: Dietary supplement.

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