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  1. More vitamin K in breastfed babies
    The Health advises in its opinion of June 2010 to all babies to increase from 25 to 150 micrograms per day dose of vitamin K.
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    Since 1990, get all the babies in the Netherlands immediately after birth 1 milligram of vitamin K1 to prevent drops. Early bleeding due to vitamin K deficiency In addition, parents and guardians are advised to give their baby. From day 8 until the age of 3 months of daily 25 micrograms of vitamin K drops This is to prevent K deficiency.

     Late bleeding due to vitamin There are indications that this advice is not all babies adequately protects against bleeding. Infants with impaired fat absorption may get enough vitamin K inside. This gives an annual five of these babies severe bleeding, which may be fatal.

    At present it is not possible to detect. These babies with an increased risk for this reason the Health advises in its opinion of June 2010 to all babies to increase from 25 to 150 micrograms per day. dose vitamin K Babies who are bottle-fed completely have no additional vitamin K needed. Bottle feeding contains enough vitamins K.

    Comments NDN: Vitamin K plays an important role in blood clotting. Vitamin K is produced by beneficial intestinal bacteria in fairly large quantities

     

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