The Vitamins: Fundamental Aspects in Nutrition and Health, 2nd edSkip to search form Skip to main content. Medicine Published in Asia Pacific journal of…. The purpose of this study was to perform biochemical assessments of the nutritional status of thiamin and riboflavin in the elderly persons males, females participating in the Elderly Nutrition and Health Survey in Taiwan Elderly NAHSIT. Through analysis of the data we aimed to investigate possible factors related to the prevalence of vitamin deficiency. View PDF. Save to Library.
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A vitamin is an organic molecule or related set of molecules that is an essential micronutrient that an organism needs in small quantities for the proper functioning of its metabolism.
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The wide spectrum of clinical presentation in infantile thiamine deficiency is difficult to recognize, and the diagnosis is frequently missed due to the lack of widespread awareness, and non-availability of costly and technically demanding investigations. The topic was searched by two independent researchers using online databases of Google scholar and PubMed. We considered the related studies published in the last 20 years. In the absence of specific diagnostic tests, a low threshold for a therapeutic thiamine challenge is currently the best approach to diagnose infantile thiamine deficiency in severe acute conditions. The practical approach is to consider thiamine injection as a complementary resuscitation tool in infants with severe acute conditions; more so in presence of underlying risk factors, clinically evident malnutrition or where a dextrose-based fluid is used for resuscitation. Further, as persistent subclinical thiamine deficiency during infancy can have long-term neuro-developmental effects, reasonable strategy is to treat pregnant women suspected of having the deficiency, and to supplement thiamine in both mother and the baby during breastfeeding.