CDC investigates late vitamin K deficiency bleeding cases in Tenn.

11/21/2013 | AAFP News Now

The CDC and Tennessee health officials are investigating four cases of late vitamin K deficiency bleeding in infants whose parents chose not to have vitamin K prophylaxis. The CDC's Lauren Marcewicz, M.D., said family physicians should continue to educate parents on the benefits of the vitamin K injections for newborns.

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