Vitamin D Therapy in Clinical Practice: One Dose Does Not Fit All

P. J. Ryan


Int J Clin Pract. 2007;61(11):1894-1899. 

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There is a large variability in the increase in vitamin D levels in individuals in clinical practice. Normal levels may not be achieved by standard therapy doses. There is no substitute for measuring vitamin D levels to establish a patient is replete.


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