Youssef et al. make a strong case for addressing 25(OH)D concentration (vitamin D status) in hospitalized patients with infections

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Correcting vitamin D deficiency in the outpatient setting has become commonplace and is a routine in many primary care practices. This extension into the inpatient setting is timely and logical. The benefits of vitamin D testing continue to be demonstrated.

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DA Youssef, CW Miller, AM El-Abbassi, DC Cutchins, C Cutchins, WB Grant, et al. Antimicrobial implications of vitamin D. Dermatoendocrinol 2011; 3: 220- 9.
PMID: 22259647 DOI: 10.4161/derm.3.4.15027

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Youssef et al. make a strong case for addressing 25(OH)D concentration (vitamin D status) in hospitalized patients with infections