Low vitamin D common in asthmatic children - PulmCCM
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Jun 102011
 

Chinellato et al report that among 45 children with intermittent asthma, only 11% had “adequate” levels of 25-OH-vitamin D (30-40 ng/mL). Low vitamin D was associated with low FEV1, FVC, and exercise bronchospasm. Eur Resp J 2011;37:1366-1370.

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