Problem of vitamin D deficiency

Authors

  • В. Б. Зафт Research Department of Minimally Invasive Surgery, Scientific and Practical Centre for Prophylactic and Clinical Medicine of the State Administration, Ukraine
  • О. В. Рыкова Medical Laboratory «Synevo», Ukraine
  • А. А. Зафт Medical laboratory “Synevo Ukraine”, Ukraine
  • Ж. О. Клімова Medical laboratory “Synevo Ukraine”, Ukraine
  • І. В. Бойко Medical laboratory “Synevo Ukraine”, Ukraine
  • В. В. Галицька Medical laboratory “Synevo Ukraine”, Ukraine

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18370/2309-4117.2015.23.75-78

Keywords:

vitamin D, vitamin D deficiency, laboratory diagnostics

Abstract

In the article the problem of vitamin D deficiency, and its significance for the human body are presented. Its main source is fortified foods and dietary supplements. Vitamin D is also produced in the body by the action on the skin of ultraviolet radiation. Low concentrations of vitamin associated with level of total mortality, cardiovascular diseases and cancer. It is proven protective effects of vitamin D in diseases of the skeletal system (rickets, osteoporosis, osteomalacia). Modern laboratory methods for diagnosis of deficiency of vitamin D, which are used in the laboratory of “Synevo Ukraine”, are presents.

Author Biographies

В. Б. Зафт, Research Department of Minimally Invasive Surgery, Scientific and Practical Centre for Prophylactic and Clinical Medicine of the State Administration

junior research worker

О. В. Рыкова, Medical Laboratory «Synevo»

Head of the clinical direction of laboratory diagnosis

А. А. Зафт, Medical laboratory “Synevo Ukraine”

Biochemist of the Bioimmunochemistry Department

Ж. О. Клімова, Medical laboratory “Synevo Ukraine”

Head of medical laboratory 

І. В. Бойко, Medical laboratory “Synevo Ukraine”

Head of the ELISA Department

В. В. Галицька, Medical laboratory “Synevo Ukraine”

Head of the Endocrinology Branch of Laboratory Diagnostics

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Published

2015-06-24

How to Cite

Зафт, В. Б., Рыкова, О. В., Зафт, А. А., Клімова, Ж. О., Бойко, І. В., & Галицька, В. В. (2015). Problem of vitamin D deficiency. REPRODUCTIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY, (23), 75–78. https://doi.org/10.18370/2309-4117.2015.23.75-78

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Section

Laboratory diagnosis

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