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The kinetic study of dietary iodized salt proves to be of interest not only for the determination of the conditions of production of iodine, but also for a good knowledge of the kinetic and thermodynamic parameters of the reaction. In this work, two salt brands were studied and one of them was used for the kinetic study. The kinetic study showed that the reaction proceeded slowly at a medium rate.
Iodine deficiency has been identified as a major, and the most common preventable cause of mental defect in today's world.
Iodine deficiency has been identified as a major, and the most common preventable cause of mental defect in today's world. This book talks about the need for a co-ordinated global strategy to tackle this menace in the affected countries and also charts the success of this programme through key agencies like UNICEF, WHO, etc.
Chandrakant S Pandav.
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Iodine deficiency is now recognised as the most common cause of preventable brain damage in the world . B. S. Hetzel, C. Panda v. 1996
Iodine deficiency is now recognised as the most common cause of preventable brain damage in the world today. In 1990, the elimination of iodine deficiency as a cause of brain damage by the year 2000 was accepted by the UN system and substantial progress has been made since 1990 with the mass correction of iodine deficiency through Universal Salt Iodisation (USI). 1996.
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An Ancient Scourge of Mankind. Dr Chandrakant Pandav ICCIDD Regional Coordinator, South East Asia. The People of the affected countries The Governments of the affected countries. Information, Education and Communication. Iodine Induced Hyperthyroidism- a transient condition caused by increase in iodine intake to an iodine deficient population.
Iodine deficiency is a risk factor for the growth and development of up to 800 million people living in iodine-deficient environments throughout the world. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Basil S. Hetzel (Author).
Books and book chapters. Delange F, Hetzel BS, 2004, ‘The Scientific Basis for the Elimination of Brain Damage due to Iodine Deficiency’, In: Towards the Global Elimination of Brain Damage Due to Iodine Deficiency, Hetzel BS, Delange F, Dunn J, Ling J, Mannar V, Pandav C (eds), OUP Delhi, p. 51-194.