VITAMIN D STATUS OF CHILDREN WITH RECURRENT INFECTIONS AND ASTHMA


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Abstract

The level of 25(OH) hydroxycholecalciferol in healthy children with recurrent respiratory diseases and patients with mild bronchial asthma was studied. It was found that in children with repeated respiratory infections there was a significant decrease in the concentration of vitamin D against the background of an increase in total serum immunoglobulin E in comparison with a group of healthy individuals. Patients with bronchial asthma of mild severity demonstrate lower values of vitamin D.

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E. G. Bugaenko

OOO “EtalonMed”

Author for correspondence.
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pediatrician,

Chita

Russian Federation

N. L. Potapova

Chita State Medical Academy

Email: nataliapotap@yandex.ru

PhD, Head of the Department of Outpatient Pediatrics with a course of medical rehabilitation,

Chita

Russian Federation

I. N. Gaymolenko

Chita State Medical Academy

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Dr. Sc., professor, Head of the Department of Pediatrics,

Chita

Russian Federation

A. N. Vlasova

Chita State Medical Academy

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assistant of the Department of Outpatient Pediatrics with a course of medical rehabilitation,

Chita

Russian Federation

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