volume 12, issue 1, P32-36 2021
DOI: 10.5155/eurjchem.12.1.32-36.2051
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Amadou Diop, Rokhaya Gueye, Mamadou Balde, Khadidiatou Thiam, Nassifatou Koko Tittikpina, Ousmane Niass, Serigne Omar Sarr, Bara Ndiaye, Yerim Mbagnick Diop

Abstract: Senegal is affected by a relatively high prevalence of iodine deficiency disorders, which compromises its social and economic development. To address this situation, the Universal Salt Iodization strategy was adopted by the Senegalese Government. The monitoring of salt iodine status is crucial to the success of such a program. Therefore, this study aimed to evaluate the iodine concentration of table salt from Senegalese households. A total of 1575 samples collected in urban and rural areas were analyzed using …

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