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: Evidence for an effect of zinc supplementation on growth in every young infants in developing countries is scarce and inconsistent. In Bangladesh, the highest incidence of Low Birth Weight (LBW) is the main cause of neonatal mortality and morbidity. It is hypothesized that LBW neonates is zinc deficient and that might adversely affect postnatal growth. The present study was carried out to measure the effect of zinc supplementation on LBW neonates during the first month of life and to observedoi:10.3329/bmj.v38i1.3583 fatcat:a5uk2rovubbobje3xhp4nypdrq