A recent study has linked vitamin D status to cardiovascular and all-cause mortality in Caucasian individuals.
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A recent randomized controlled trial discovers that 10,000 IU of vitamin D was safe and effective in improving quality of life in heart failure patients.
A recent study discovered a 12-fold increase in heart failure risk in vitamin D deficient elderly individuals.
Dr. Cannell discusses a recent RCT that showed vitamin D supplementation failed to benefit patients with chronic heart failure.
A new clinical trial found that heart failure patients who received vitamin D on a weekly basis reduced the severity of their heart failure.
Research suggests vitamin D status acts as a predictor of response to cardiac resynchronization therapy among patients with systolic heart failure.
Dr. Cannell discusses a recent study that has followed his and Dr. Vasquez’s suggested trial guidelines for a successful RCT.
A recent study found that individuals with low levels of total vitamin D and bioavailable vitamin D were at increased risk for cardiac event compared to people with high vitamin D levels.
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.