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To assess the presence of an association between vitamin D deficiency and anaemia in Jordanian infants and toddlers, in whom both vitamin D deficiency and anaemia have previously been proved to be common separately.
Cross-sectional prospective study.
Department of Paediatrics, Princess Rahma Teaching Hospital, Jordan.
Healthy infants and children aged 6–36 months who were seen for primary care.
Out of 203 infants and toddlers included in the study, the anaemia prevalence was 40·4 %. The prevalence of anaemia among infants (n 110) was 51·8 %, whereas it was 26·9 % among toddlers (n 93). No association between vitamin D status and anaemia was found.
Vitamin D deficiency is not a risk for anaemia in infants and toddlers.
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