9%20Vitamin%20Supplementation

9%20Vitamin%20Supplementation - Vitamin A None 700 – 900...

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Vitamin/Mineral Supplementation Water soluble vitamin supplementation is required due to: Increased losses in dialysis Anorexia Poor dietary intake Renal diet is low in fruits/vegetables, whole grains and dairy products Altered metabolism Resistance to actions of some vitamins Decreased intestinal absorption Recommendation for HD and PD Patients Nutrient HD & PD Supplementation RDA and AI for Healthy Adults
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Unformatted text preview: Vitamin A None 700 – 900 μ g Vitamin D 5 – 15 μ g 5 – 15 μ g Vitamin E 15 mg 15 mg Vitamin K 90 – 120 μ g 90 – 120 μ g Thiamin 1.5 mg 1.1 – 1.2 mg Riboflavin 1.7 mg 1.1 – 1.3 mg Biotin 0.3 mg 0.03 mg Pantothenic Acid 10 mg 5 mg Niacin 20 mg 14 – 16 mg Folic Acid > 1000 μ g 400 μ g Vitamin B 6 10 mg 1.3 – 1.7 mg Vitamin B 12 6.0 μ g 2.4 μ g Vitamin C 60 – 100 mg 75 – 90 mg...
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