Vitamin K deficiency bleeding in an infant despite adequate prophylaxis

by | May 20, 2020 | Vaccine Failure, Vitamin K

“Vitamin K deficiency in infants can cause life-threatening haemorrhages. To prevent this, neonates in the Netherlands receive an oral dose of 1 mg vitamin K directly after birth. In addition, because breast milk contains little vitamin K, breast-fed infants receive a daily dose of 25 micrograms the first three months.” 

Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 2003


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