A recent study determined that vitamin D deficiency is linked with a significant financial burden on hospitals and third party payers.
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New study offers insight into why low vitamin D levels are associated with adverse outcomes among the critically ill
A recent study reveals a potential mechanism to explain why critically ill patients with low vitamin D levels are more likely to suffer poor outcomes.
New research finds that low vitamin D levels may relate to longer duration of mechanical respiration in critically ill surgical patients.
A recent meta-analysis found that vitamin D deficiency is associated with increased incidence of hospital mortality among critically ill adults.
This past week, Dr Cannell gave a series of lectures and was the keynote speaker at Marshall University School of Medicine’s 25th annual research day.
Researchers in Australia recently conducted a study on ICU patients. The authors found that vitamin D deficiency was associated with longer hospital stays.
Research reported at the Society of Critical Care Medicine meeting found that people who are vitamin D deficient have an increased risk of developing sepsis.
Dr. Cannell reviews a new paper on vitamin D deficiency in the critically ill.
Dr Cannell highlights a randomized controlled trial that investigates the effectiveness of vitamin D supplementation in critically ill patients.
Pregnancy and gestational vitamin D deficiency may explain potential complications.