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Efficacy and safety of Vitamin D supplementation during pregnancy: A randomized trial of two different levels of dosing on maternal and neonatal Vitamin D outcome

Mir Shahnaz Ahmad, Masoodi Shariq Rashid, Shafi Shafia, Hameed Iqra, Dar Maqsood Ahmad, Bashir Mir Iftikhar, Wani Arshad Iqbal, Shah Zaffar Amin, Parveen Shameema, Zargar Abdul Hamid, Shah Parviz Ahmad

Year : 2016| Volume: 20| Issue : 3 | Page no: 337-342

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