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Status of inflammatory markers, ADAMTS 13 and Vitamin D in patients with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia

Vitamin D and ADAMTS13 deficiencies are present in the majority of AML patients. Patients and Methods: In this study, a total of 38 de novo AML patients and 14 healthy subjects were included. AML patients had higher inflammatory markers, lower ADAMTS13, and Vitamin D levels than control groups, according to AML patients. Conclusion: Vitamin D deficiency in AML patients has been shown by the AML patients. In patients with acute myeloid leukaemia, the inflammatory markers are clearly elevated, and they may play a role in lowering ADAMTS13 levels.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6637726


The Correlation between Serum Vitamin D and Oocyte Quality, Potential of Fertilization and Embryo Development in the Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) Cases

Vitamin D can help with menstrual cycle enhancement, endometrial proliferation, early dysmenorrhea, early dysmenorrhea, and vaginal fibroid reduction, as well as follicular formation, early dysmenorrhea relief, and vaginal fibroid reduction. Individuals who underwent IVF therapy at a private facility in Misurata, Libya, were studied retrospectively between January 2018 and December 2020. Vitamin D was administered in a dose of 1,500 to 2,000 IU for two months after beginning the therapy. Conclusions: Although studies have shown that women with elevated blood vitamin D levels have a greater risk of birth, pregnancy can be assured, the effects of vitamin D supplementation on women in infertile marriages have yet to be fully investigated. As a result, another study is required to see if vitamin D supplementation can help with IVF success.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6636112


STUDY OF VITAMIN D LEVELS IN RELATION TO BRONCHIAL ASTHMA

Vitamin D's traditional roles in bone metabolism and calciumphosphorus homeostasis are well established. Vitamin D supplements have been shown to play a vital role in foetal lungs development and maturity in several children with steroid-resistant asthma. Vitamin D deficiency states were identified with an elevated risk of acute exacerbations of bronchial Asthma. Our research is being carried out to determine serum vitamin D levels in asthmatic children and the association of vit D deficiency with asthma. The aim of the study: To determine the serum vitamin D levels in asthmatic children. Objective: To examine the correlation between vitamin D levels and 1. An analytical case-control study of 18 months has been carried out on the study of vitamin D levels in relation to bronchial asthma in children. 60% of the study participants were vitamin D deficient. Conclusion: A statistically significant difference between Asthma and vitamin D deficiencies has been shown in patients with asthmatic Asthma. Patients with Asthma deficiency D have an elevated rate of vitamin D. Moderate persistent Asthma has been seen more in patients with Asthma.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6609744


Evaluation of vitamin D receptor Fok I polymorphism in Type I Diabetic children

This research sought to establish a relationship between one single nucleotide polymorphism in VDR gene and Type I DM. A Ff genotype raises the risk of T1DM by 1. 35 folds in 42 percent and 44 percent within T1DM and control groups respectively. Conclusion: This review reveals that there is a strong correlation between VDR gene fragments and T1DM among children at an elevated risk of inherited single nucleotide polymorphisms and T1DM, which is 1. 91 folds higher.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6602098


Analysis of Vitamin D and its Correlation with Interleukin-6 in COVID-19 Patients at Mary Begg Health Services, Zambia: Implication for Patient Management

Objective: Among COVID-19 patients attending Mary Begg Health Services, objective: To determine serum vitamin D levels and their relationship with IL-6 and other medical signs. The Kruskal u2013Wallis test was used to compare median serum vitamin D levels among the three groups of the three groups, and Spearmanu2019s correlations were used to determine the correlation between serum vitamin D, IL-6, and patient demographics. Results: The majority of COVID-19 patients in this study had optimal vitamin D 44/78, with vitamin D deficiency occurring in only 6/78. Patients admitted to the intensive care unit were older and had median elevated IL-6 levels greater than patients with mild disease, according to Severe COVID-19 patients. In severe COVID-19 patients, there was a significant negative correlation between vitamin D and IL-6. Conclusion: In this research, there was a negative relationship between serum vitamin D and IL-6.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6598537

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