John Campbell. Low vitamin D is high risk for viral infections
are more risk for viral infections…
-screened for vitamin D
-over 4700 patients
“Seasonal depression is helped
with vitamin D”
-5k to 10k IU per day
Some patients given 20k to 50k
-to treat psoriasis and
NO CASES OF ADVERSE EFFECTS
-hypercalcemia: high blood calcium
Example: 3 psoriasis patients
-given higher dose
-great clinical improvement
-no adverse effects
418 long-term patients in follow up:
-74 ng/ml blood 250HD3
-range: 74 – 384
-avg: 9.6 mg/dl
-range: 8.6 – 10.5
[normal: 8.5 – 10.5] “This is within normal range for
calcium in blood”
Compared to group not taking
vitamin D supplements…
-mean 250HD3: 27 ng/ml
“Much lower than those taking it
 Blood calcium?
-taking vitamin D: 9.6
-not taking vitamin D: 9.5
NO STATISTICAL DIFFERENCE
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