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Correlation of vitamin D deficiency and hyperparathyroidism with anemic in Female Iraqi

Author: Sharara Fadhil Aboud
Journal: Iraqi National Journal Of Chemistry المجلة العراقية الوطنية لعلوم الكيمياء ISSN: 22236686 Year: 2017 Volume: 17 Issue: 1 Pages: 34-43
Publisher: Babylon University جامعة بابل

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Abstract: Vitamin D deficiency and anemia are common in the Middle East, and vitamin D deficiency and hyperparathyroidism have been study to be linked with an increased incidence of anemia. In this study, that vitamin D deficiency and hyperpara¬thyroidism may be connected with anemia in female Iraqi population was tested.Aim: To investigated correlation of hyperparathyroidism and vitamin D3 levels deficiency and insufficiency with anemia in female.Materials and Methods: This study was conducted at Al-Hussein Medical City/ Al-Husain Teaching Hospital / Kerbala-Iraq. All samples 176 apparently are healthy female subjects as controls 80 and 96 female patients non- obese having iron deficiency anemia during the period from Nov. , 2015 to Sep., 2016with age ranged between (15- 50) years. The data of body mass index (BMI), Vitamin D3, serum iron levels, total iron binding capacity, creatinine ,complete blood count in blood were measured, alkaline phosphate, phosphorus and calcium .Results: In females, the prevalence of anemia was significantly associated with vitamin D deficiency independent of parathyroid hormone levels (p=0.001). In females, the prevalence of anemia appeared to be significantly associated with hyperparathyroidism (odds ratio; 95% confidence interval; P = 0.01) Conclusion: It was concluding that anemia female patients have significantly low levels of serum vitamin D3and high levels of serum parathyroid hormone than that in healthy. High prevalence rate of vitamin D deficiency was stronger in female population of Kerbala city in Iraq. Additional studies to determine whether vitamin D3 supplementation could be used to treat anemia are acceptable.

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