Low-dose calcium noninferior to high-dose calcium in reducing rates of pre-eclampsia

1. In two randomized, noninferiority trials, low-dose calcium in pregnant women with low dietary calcium intake was noninferior to high-dose supplementation in reducing the risk of pre-eclampsia.  2. Low-dose calcium was noninferior to high-dose calcium in reducing the risk of live preterm birth in the trial in India but not in Tanzania.  Evidence Rating Level: […]

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