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Respiratory infections reduced by 63 percent with 4000 IU vitamin D daily - RCT Dec 2012

Highlights of Report in Swedish translated by Google

  • Peter Bergman and his colleagues are fortunate to 140 patients daily treatment for one year with either vitamin D (4000 IU) or placebo.
  • The study was double-blind: neither the patients - all of which were susceptible to infections - or caregivers knew who belonged to which group before the trial was over.
  • The results show that the vitamin D reduced patient discomfort.
  • The probability that require treatment with antibiotics during the study period was 63 % lower in the vitamin D group compared with the placebo group, and the incidence of fungal infections including respiratory decreased.

Chart from 2015 publication
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Respiratory tract infection eliminated in 36 percent of people

Types of Respiratory infections

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Vitamin D did particularly well with

  • Moraxella catharralis
  • Staphylococcus aureus
  • Pseudomona aeruginosa
  • Fungal infection

Adverse effects: fewer with vitamin D than with placebo

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Suspect that Vitamin D caused the reduction in:

  • Gastrointestinal
  • Cardiovascular
  • Infections

The RTI aspects

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 Download the English 2012 PDF from VitaminDWiki


 Download the English 2015 PDF from VitaminDWiki

See also VitaminDWiki

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See also web

Attached files

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7383 RTI China.jpg admin 23 Nov, 2016 19:33 18.17 Kb 400
5885 RTI BMC.jpg admin 05 Sep, 2015 14:54 20.85 Kb 1247
5861 RTI Bergman 2015.pdf PDF 2015 admin 30 Aug, 2015 16:11 908.78 Kb 879
1939 RTI.jpg admin 11 Jan, 2013 08:00 11.08 Kb 2021
1827 Bergman table 4 type.jpg admin 14 Dec, 2012 23:04 31.43 Kb 2043
1826 Bergman adverse events.jpg admin 14 Dec, 2012 23:04 39.50 Kb 2003
1825 Bergman respiratory RCT 2012.pdf PDF admin 14 Dec, 2012 23:03 501.63 Kb 1419
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