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《Labeled Immunoassays and Clinical Medicine》 2017-11
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Study of the Serum Levels of Vitamin A,D and E in 1180 Children in Zhengzhou City

MENG Xiang-ying;LI Song-lei;HU Yu-fen;HUANG Qian;LI Wei;JIA Li-ting;Department of Clinical Laboratory,the Third Hospital,Zhengzhou University;  
Objective To learn the serum levels of vitamins in the children population in Zhengzhou,and provide a reference for the clinical diagnosis and treatment. Methods The serum levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D [25(OH) D ],vitamin A and E were measured in children from March to December of 2016 in the pediatric outpatient department of the Third Affiliated Hospital of Zhengzhou University. Results The average level of vitamin A was 0. 22 ± 0. 07 nmol/L,and the rate of deficiency was 45. 34%. The average level of vitamin D was 64. 25 ± 19. 65 nmol/L,and the rate of deficiency was 30. 51%. The average level of vitamin E was 4. 95 ± 1. 64 mg/L,the rate of deficiency was 51. 10%. There was a significant difference in the serum level of vitamin E between boys and girls( P 0. 05). The levels of the vitamin A,D and E were significantly higher in children from city area than that of in countryside. Conclusion We should pay more attention to the lack of vitamin in children,especially vitamin E. Urban and rural children need to take timely vitamin supplements to prevent children with vitamin deficiency and complications.
【CateGory Index】: R153.2
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