Evaluation of the level of vitamin D3 in the blood serum of patients infected with COVID-19 in Al-Amiriya city
Shannak et al.
, Evaluation of the level of vitamin D3 in the blood serum of patients infected with COVID-19 in Al-Amiriya city
, Technium BioChemMed, doi:10.47577/biochemmed.v3i2.7179
Analysis of 35 COVID-19 patients and 25 healthy controls in Iraq, showing significantly lower vitamin D levels in COVID-19 patients.
Shannak et al., 12 Aug 2022, Iraq, peer-reviewed, 3 authors.
Abstract: Technium BioChemMed Vol. 3, Issue 2 pp.127-135 (2022)
Evaluation of the level of vitamin D3 in the blood serum of
patients infected with COVID-19 in Al-Amiriya city
Qader Abdullah Shannak 1, Thaar Mohammed Najim 1, Dhamer Ismail Madab 2
University of Fallujah, Biotechnology and Environmental Center
Ministry of Education, General Directorat of Education, Salah Al-Din
Abstract. The researchers used 60 samples, 35 of which were infected with the
developing corona virus and 25 of which were healthy and disease-free. Their ages
ranged from 30 to 55, and the samples were taken from their homes. Al-Amiriya Hospital
in An bare Governorate. After that, blood was collected from healthy and sick people and
separated by centrifugation. The biochemical variables were Determination, including
(CRP ,ferritin, Vit.D3) .
In comparison to healthy people, people infected with the developing corona virus had
significantly higher levels of C-reactive protein and ferritin in their blood serum,
according to the findings of the current study. Also When compared to healthy people,
Vit.D3 levels in blood serum of people infected with the developing corona virus were
shown to be significantly lower.
Key words: COVID-19, Vit.D3, Ferritin.
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