Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : rickets


STUDY OF VITAMIN D IN CHILDRENS UPTO THE AGE OF 18 YEARS

Dr Haseeb Ul Haq ,Dr Raghunath S.V, Dr Sushma.V

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 7, Pages 2876-2881

Objectives:1) To determine the Vitamin D in children up to age of 18 years
Methods: A prospective observational study was done from June 2019-Feb 2020 from 0 to 18 years of children’s
Results: Severe Vitamin D deficiency may cause rickets in infants and children However, subclinical vitamin D deficiency is more prevalent, and it is associated with falls or frac­tures. It has been observed that maximum children with rickets were breastfed, breast milk contains less vitamin D
Conclusion: Vitamin D is an essential nutrient not only important in bone health but also beneficial to many other systems. Therefore, Pediatricians should provide information to patients who are at higher risk for vitamin D deficiency on how to get sufficient dietary or supplemental vitamin D.

Criteria for studying the risk factors for rickets and its effect on the level of 25 (OH) D in blood serum in children

Rasulova Nadira Alisherovna; Rasulov Alisher Sobirovich; Sharipov Rustam Xaitovich; Axmedova Maxbuba Maxmudovna; Irbutaeva Lola Tashbekovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 2150-2153

Based on questionnaires and level of 25(OH)D in 466 children under 1 year factors for rickets was identified. Reliable factors were iron deficiency anemia during pregnancy, toxemia of pregnancy of the mother and the lack of vitamin D during first year of life of a child, lack of outdoor stay (less then 20 minutes per day), frequent colds, not effective traditional prevention of rickets vitamin D.

EFFICIENCY OF COMBINED APPLICATION OF APRICOT OIL AND AEVIT AS A REGULATOR OF LIPASE ACTIVITY OF BLOOD SERUM IN CHILDREN WITH VITAMIN D-DEFICIENCY RICKETS

Sh.M. Ibatova; F.Kh. Mamatkulova; D.S. Islamova

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 787-796

In children with rickets, significant changes in the composition of higher fatty acids in blood serum have been established by gas-liquid chromatography. The depth of changes in the composition of higher fatty acids depended on the severity of the disease. The violated composition of higher fatty acids was corrected using vegetable (apricot) oil and aevit. Apricot oil helps to normalize the activity of serum lipase and leads to the restoration of the metabolism of higher fatty acids, the absorption of calcium and phosphorus thereby ensures high efficiency of therapy in children with vitamin D-deficient rickets. The effectiveness of this method of treating children before traditional therapy is shown.

Criteria for studying the risk factors for rickets and its effect on the level of 25 (OH) D in blood serum in children

Rasulova Nadira Alisherovna; Rasulov Alisher Sobirovich; Sharipov Rustam Xaitovich; Axmedova Maxbuba Maxmudovna; Irbutaeva Lola Tashbekovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 1730-1733

Based on questionnaires and level of 25(OH)D in 466 children under 1 year factors for rickets was
identified. Reliable factors were iron deficiency anemia during pregnancy, toxemia of pregnancy of the mother and the lack of vitamin D during first year of life of a child, lack of outdoor stay (less then 20 minutes per day), frequent colds, not effective traditional prevention of rickets vitamin D.