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NIHR Signal: Iron deficiency in people with chronic kidney disease can be managed with either oral or IV therapy

National Institute for Health Research Signal
Year of publication
Expert commentary is provided for a review of 39 RCTs (n=3,852) which found that death and cardiovascular death rates were not different for IV and oral iron. Questions remain about cost-effectiveness and tolerability of both oral and IV therapies.
Date added
Created by
Linda Hopwell
Published by
Current Awareness Service for Health