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i·o·dize

(ī'ō-dīz),
To treat or impregnate with iodine.
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io·dize

(ī'ŏ-dīz)
To treat or impregnate with iodine.
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iodize

(ī′ō-dīz)
To administer or impregnate with iodine, most commonly as a fortification of salt.
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DHO and MS also spoke on the occasion and highlighted the importance of iodised salt among children and expectant women.
Szymandera, "Effect of storage conditions on potassium iodide stability in iodised table salt and collagen preparations," International Journal of Food Science & Technology, vol.
Iodised oil capsules were procured and distributed to school children and pregnant women in Gwembe District after it was found to have severe IDD in 1995 [18].
When a journalist asked Moore the secret of looking so young, he replied, "iodised salt."
"That time, only one- third of the population in the Valley was consuming iodised salt," he said.
A national survey done in 2009, however, found that 94 per cent of the population was consuming iodised salt.
Overall, 79 per cent salt samples examined at consumer level by spot kit showed some iodization, 54.3 per cent were adequately iodised, i.e.
The other source of iodine in the New Zealand food supply is iodised salt.
The doctors of AIIMS have written to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, pointing out a gap in demand and supply of iodised salt in Delhi, which is leading to disorders among the school children.
Household salt was tested for iodine which showed that only 5 % households in (FATA) consume iodised salt ( 15+ PPM) and 12.7 % families consume insufficiently iodised salt with less than 15 PPM.
Iodised salt will attract a concessional 2.5 per cent customs duty along with reduced excise duty of six per cent.