Vitamin K

Vitamin K deficiency is caused by a totally inadequate supply, a fat malabsorption, or the use of Kumarinantikoagulanzien. It is particularly common in breastfed infants, and impaired blood clotting. A suspicion results from findings routinely performed coagulation tests and is confirmed when vitamin K is effect. Therapeutically Vitamin K is given orally or parenterally when a fat malabsorption, or if the risk of bleeding is the cause high. Vitamin K1…

September 3, 2018