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Blood and urinary fluoride levels in humans associated with ingestion of sodium fluoride-containing vitamin tablets


, : Blood and urinary fluoride levels in humans associated with ingestion of sodium fluoride-containing vitamin tablets. Journal of Dental Research 48(6): 1211-1215

Urine was collected 9 times a day for 5 days from 3 young men living in a region where the water contained 0.05 ppm F-. During the first 2 days, after urinating at 8 a.m., each took a vitamin tablet, and during the last 3 days, a vitamin tablet that contained also 1.0 mg F- from NaF. For the first 2 days, average concentrations of F- in urine varied from 0.45 to 1.00, with an overall average of 0.77 ppm.

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PMID: 5262051

DOI: 10.1177/00220345690480062001


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