Prevalence of vitamin d deficiency in adults

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July 8, 2019
prevalence of vitamin d deficiency in adults

Prevalence and correlates of vitamin d deficiency in us adults. The purpose of this study was to examine the prevalence of vitamin d deficiency and its correlates to test the hypothesis that vitamin d deficiency was common in the us population, especially in certain minority groups.

В  the prevalence of vitamin d deficiency is greater in certain clinical subpopulations, and the presence of associated characteristics should raise the index of suspicion for the practicing clinician with regard to conditions associated with vitamin d deficiency, such as osteoporosis and osteomalacia.

Examination of the prevalence rate of vitamin d deficiency by age showed insignificant variations between age groups. The age groups of 55 to 59 and 60 to 64 years had the highest prevalence rate of vitamin d deficiency (49.).

To determine the prevalence of vitamin d deficiency in healthy saudi adults. A cross-sectional study carried out as part of the screening and early evaluation of kidney disease project.

However, vitamin d insufficiency is not restricted to the elderly and hospitalized population several studies have found a high prevalence of vitamin d deficiency among healthy, young adults.

В  few data are available examining the determinants of vitamin d status exclusively in older adults. We aimed to investigate the prevalence and determinants of vitamin d deficiency in a representative sample of the older irish population (aged 5098 years).

According to an article published in mayo clinic proceedings in august 2010, vitamin d deficiency is much more prevalent than it has been in the past 1. Between 19, 60 percent of caucasian adults had sufficient vitamin d between 20, this number had dwindled to 30 percent.

В  objective vitamin d deficiency is recognized as a global public health problem, but the populationbased prevalence of deficiency and its determinants in australian adults is not known. This study evaluated the vitamin d status of australian adults aged 25 years and risk factors associated with vitamin d deficiency in this population.

В  prevalence and predictors of vitamin d deficiency in a nationally representative sample of adults participating in the 20112013 australian health survey.