A recent study in the Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine has found that low vitamin D levels may be a risk factor for congestive heart failure in dogs.
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New research published in the Journal of Cardiac Failure reports that vitamin D supplementation lowers aldosterone in heart failure patients.
New research out of Iran has found that vitamin D supplementation may improve the severity of congestive heart failure.
Would vitamin D have a treatment effect in adult idiopathic cardiomyopathy? Dr Cannell speculates that maybe it would.
A new open label trial suggests that vitamin D supplementation may help patients with chronic heart failure by affecting renin activity and concentration.
Researchers recently conducted an open trial in which they gave 100 patients with congestive heart failure 50,000 IU/week of vitamin D3. Dr Cannell explains the results.