Saturation of pregnant women organism vitamin D and the course of perinatal period

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The review presents the criteria of vitamin A deficiency D adopted by in different countries and approaches to the appointment of vitamin D during pregnancy. Analyzed data from the most important studies in recent years devoted to this problem.

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Yelena Yuryevna Gurkina

Almazov Federal Medical Research Centre. Institute of Perinatology and Pediatrics

Email: geljagurkina@mail.ru

Natalya Viktorovna Petrova

Almazov Federal Medical Research Centre. Institute of Perinatology and Pediatrics

Email: nafanya-star@mail.ru

Tatyana Vasilyevna Novikova

Almazov Federal Medical Research Centre. Institute of Perinatology and Pediatrics

Email: tanyanovikova.85@mail.ru

Vladimir Vladimirovich Yuryev

Almazov Federal Medical Research Centre. Institute of Perinatology and Pediatrics

Email: yurev39@mail.ru

Vladimir Vladimirovich Dorofeykov

D. O. Ott Research Institute of Obstetrics and Gynecology, RAMS

Email: vdorofeykov@ya.ru
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Irina Yevgenyevna Zazerskaya

Almazov Federal Medical Research Centre. Institute of Perinatology and Pediatrics

Email: zazera@mail.ru

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