which are fat-soluble vitamins?
fat-soluble vitamins are stored where?
What may happen for taking large amounts of fat-soluble vitamins?
which vitamins are water-soluble?
Water soluble vitamins are not stored and urinated out
which vitamin is needed for growth of bones, teeth, and night vision
what is another name for vitamin A?
which vitamin is used in beauty products?
Which vitamin is found in animal sources and who may need this supplement
what is another name for vitamin B12?
Pernicious Anemia can cause what deficiency
B12 deficiency can lead to neuro symptoms
what is another name for vitamin C
what is a caution with pt with a hx of kidney stones related to vitamin C
a type of use for vitamin C
vitamin C deficiency is due to a lack of
vitamin E is thought to prevent heart disease
vitamin D is given for osteoarthritis
what is another name for Vitamin D
vitamin D comes from
the body needs which vitamin to absorb calcium
which vitamin is a reversal for warfarin
vitamin K is given to
which vitamin is needed to make DNA
you can give folic acid (B9) during pregnancy?
what is an major adverse affect with folic acid?
magnesium sulfate is used during
an overdose of magnesium sulfate can cause
calcium is essential for
calcium is contraindicated in those with kidney stones
which can cause black/green stool
if. you are low in iron how will you educate your patient on?
which claims to improve energy
which type of pt should you have caution with ginkgo biloba
which acts as an estrogen substitute
black cohosh treats symptoms of
Saw Palmetto can decrease ____ manifestations of hyperplasia
saw palmetto is a pregnancy category A
saw palmetto can interact with ___ and ___ medications.
Which affects serotonin
What is a potential risk associated with the use of ginger root?
What caution should be taken when using echinacea in patients with plant allergies?
What is a potential effect of valerian usage?
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