Improved adherence and anaemia cure rates with flexible administration of micronutrient Sprinkles: A new public health approach to anaemia control

  • Ip H
  • Hyder S
  • Haseen F
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Despite repeated public commitments and availability of various forms of iron supplements, rates of anaemia in developing countries remain high. A major reason for this lack of success has been poor adherence. The objective of this study was to compare the effectiveness of daily and flexible administration of micronutrient Sprinkles on adherence, acceptability and haematological status among young children in rural Bangladesh.

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  • H. Ip

  • S. M Z Hyder

  • F. Haseen

  • M. Rahman

  • S. H. Zlotkin

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