Nutritional Informations for the Elimination of IDD in Europe
One of the major determinant of success or failure of IDD elimination is certainly linked to the availability of a good health information system. The present review discuss some of the parameters of iodine deficiency assessment and some nutritional facts from Europe relevant both to the european as well as to the worldwide IDD elimination.
KeywordsEurope Lithium Creatinine Iodine Nitrite
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