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However, there is a controversy in the medical community regarding this administration schedule as there are only limited data on the safety and bioavailability of vitamin K. There is no data regarding the adherence to the current recommendations.
Aim of the study: The aim of the study was to investigate the adherence of mothers of exclusively breastfed infants to the current recommendations regarding vitamin K administration.
We assessed mothers' practice of vitamin K administration, their knowledge about the dose and route of administration of vitamin K afterbirth and the main source of information. Results: A total of questionnaires were analyzed. Eighty-six percent of the mothers indicated physicians as their main source of information. Conclusions: Almost half of the mothers of exclusively breastfed infants did not comply with the current recommendations.
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