What is the difference between Ferrous gluconate and Ferrous sulfate used before blood donations?

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28 Aug 2009

Ferrous sulfate and Ferrous gluconate are different "salts" of Iron. Iron salts are given in iron deficiency states. There are very little differences between the iron salts.

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