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Synonyms for cholecalciferol

a fat-soluble vitamin that prevents rickets

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The availability of Cholecalciferol will certainly strengthen Lee's' presence in the dialysis area where the Group's leading product has been helping the improvement of quality of life of dialysis patient.
Sea urchins (n = 16/treatment) were fed one of nine dietary cholecalciferol diets (6.
Vitamins E and D3 in their natural forms of d-alpha-tocopherol from vegetable oils and cholecalciferol are more bioavailable in the system than their synthetic forms, E (dl-alpha-tocopherol) and D (calciferol), which can be ineffective.
He has developed an educational handout that summarizes the latest research on vitamin D and recommends that his sun-safe patients make sure they are taking 1,000 IU per day of cholecalciferol (vitamin [D.
Our head nurse led my comprehensive orientation and ensured I knew everything I needed to know, including the renin-angiotensin system, the importance of the juxta-glomerular apparatus and the effects of cholecalciferol on parathyroid hormone levels before I was able to approach a child.
There are only a few foods that naturally contain vitamin D either as cholecalciferol (vit.
Although there are indications that between 1752 and 1784 fish liver oil had been used against 'bone disease and rheuma', it was not until much later, in the 1920s, that its antirachitic effect was discovered to be due to vitamin D, cholecalciferol.
Human serum 25-hydroxy-cholecalciferol response to extended oral dosing with cholecalciferol.
Meanwhile, dietary vitamin D significantly increased contents of ash and cholecalciferol in soft body and viscera, respectively.
Annual intramuscular injection of a megadose of cholecalciferol for treatment of vitamin D deficiency: efficacy and safety.
The natural form of vitamin D comes as cholecalciferol, which occurs very rarely in nature - in humans, cholecalciferol is formed in the skin and it acts on distant organs such as the gut and bones.
The natural form comes as cholecalciferol, which occurs rarely in nature.
Cholecalciferol is a more powerful form of vitamin D and large doses should only be taken with a doctor's approval.
The effects of cholecalciferol on both cell lines were first determined.
5 mcg 5 mcg (Vitamin D2) or Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3) E Tocopherol 10 mg K Phytomenadione B1 Thiamine 1.