Is a High-Dose, Parenteral Administration of Vitamins Useful in Asymptomatic Patients?

DOI: 10.3238/zfa.2021.0387-0389

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Question High-dose parenteral vitamin injections (so-called “vitamin injections” or “booster injections”) are offered in medical practices as vitalization and booster cures for asymptomatic persons or for persons with unspecific general health complaints.


(State: 07.10.2021)

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