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 Pregnancy and iodine
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CONSEQUENCES OF IODINE DEFICIENCY

Pregnancy and Iodine

Intelligence and Iodine

Thyroid and Iodine

Cost to a Country

Radioactivity and Iodine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

A Presentation on Iodine and Pregnancy (20 pages)
Explains the recommended daily allowance for iodine; the fetal brains need for iodine; Important indicators of iodine nutrition status; and iodine supplied through the food chain.
Network for Sustained Elimination of Iodine Deficiency, 2003

Optimal Iodine Nutrition during Pregnancy, Lactation and the Neonatal Period
Delange F. (ICCIDD), International Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism; 2004; 2:1-12

Iodine supplementation of pregnant women in Europe: a review and recommendations
M Zimmermann, F Delange;European Journal of Clinical Nutrition; 2004; 58, 979–984

Perinatal Iodine Nutrition (19 pages)
Optimal Iodine Nutrition during Pregnancy, Lactation and the Neonatal Period, François Delange

Clinical Perspective: Is Neuropsychological Development Related to Maternal Hypothyroidism or to Maternal Hypothyroxinemia? (13 pages)
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, Vol. 85, No. 11, 2000

Iodized Oil during Pregnancy (15 pages)
Safe use of iodized oil to prevent iodine deficiency in women
A statement by the WHO, 1996

Low maternal free thyroxine concentrations during early pregnancy are associated with impaired psychomotor development in infancy
Victor J. Pop, Johannes L. Kuijpens, Anneloes L. van Baar, Gerda Verkerk, Maarten M. van Son, Jan J. de Vijlder, Thomas Vulsma, Wilmar M. Wiersinga, Hemmo A. Drexhage and Huib L. Vader; Clinical Endocrinology; 1999; 50, 149–155

Maternal hypothyroxinaemia during early pregnancy and subsequent child development: a 3-year follow-up study
Victor J. Pop, Evelien P. Brouwers, Huib L. Vader, Thomas Vulsma, Anneloes L. van Baar and Jan J. de Vijlder; Clinical Endocrinology; 2003; 59, 282–288

Neonatal Thyroid Stimulating Hormone Screening in Latvia: A Tool for Classification and Monitoring of Optimum Iodine Nutrition (Also under: MONITORING)
Ruzan H. Gyurjyan, 2004
Report extracted from a Masters of Public Health Thesis
Department of International Health, Emory University
Atlanta, GA, U.S.A.

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