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RCT: Vitamin D lowers aldosterone in heart failure

Posted on: February 21, 2014   by  Brant Cebulla


New research published in the Journal of Cardiac Failure reports that vitamin D supplementation lowers aldosterone in heart failure patients.

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2 Responses to RCT: Vitamin D lowers aldosterone in heart failure

  1. JBG

    “Various variables measured by an echocardiogram. One such variable was the ejection fracture rate.”

    Cognitive typo? “fracture” for “fraction”?

    (No need to publish this comment, either way.)

    • Brant Cebulla

      Thanks JBG. Now reads “ejection fraction” as intended.

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