Phytonadione

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Anti–Double-Stranded DNA–Positive Unilateral Generalized Morphea ...  -  ‎Jul 20, 2009‎
Archives of Dermatology3-4 To our knowledge, only 10 cases of drug-associated morphea have been reported, induced by vitamin K 1 (phytonadione), vitamin B 12 (cyanocobalamin),

What Is the Maximum Safe Dose of Warfarin?  -  Oct 31, 2008
MedscapeAnticoagulation can be offset with the addition of low doses of vitamin K1 (phytonadione), because conversion of vitamin K1 to vitamin KH2 is less sensitive

Grand Terrace names park after late resident  -  Jun 25, 2008
Press-Enterprise,The poison causes bleeding, so the Chalks gave the bird phytonadione, a vitamin that stops internal hemorrhaging. They fed it a electrolyte solution with

Vitamin K Reduces Chronic Inflammation Throughout the Body  -  Jun 24, 2008
Natural News.com,Vitamin K occurs in three main forms: phylloquinone or phytonadione, known as vitamin K1; and menaquinones, known as vitamin K2.

Study gives vitamin K anti-inflammation boost  -  Dec 3, 2007
NutraIngredients.com,There are two main forms of vitamin K: phylloquinone, also known as phytonadione, (vitamin K1) and menaquinones (vitamins K2). K1 is found in green leafy



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