Iron deficiency (ID) without anaemia frequently remains undiagnosed when symptoms are attributed to ID with anaemia. Serum ferritin is the primary diagnostic parameter, whereas <10 microg/l, a cumulative dose of 1000 mg iron and at ferritin 10-30 microg/l, a cumulative dose of 500 mg is advised. At ferritin 30-50 microg/l a first dose of 200 mg might be considered. Ferritin shall be reassessed not sooner than 2 weeks after the last oral or 8-12 weeks after the last iv iron administration.
We now agree about the statistical normalization (Optof & Leydesdorff,
2010; Van Raan et al., 2010), the "new crown indicator" inherits the
Scientometric problems of the "old" one in treating subject categories as a
Standard for normalizing differences in citation behavior among fields of
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