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Pain following auto accident is worse if low vitamin D (for African Americans) – April 2015

Vitamin D deficiency is associated with worse overall pain outcomes over time among African Americans experiencing motor vehicle collision

Journal of Pain April 2015Volume 16, Issue 4, Supplement, Page S41 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jpain.2015.01.177
A. Bortsov, M. Velilla, K. Damiron, C. Pearson, J. Jones, P. Hendry, M. Kurz, S. McLean
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC

More than four million Americans present to the emergency department (ED) each year for evaluation after MVC. More than 90% of these individuals are discharged to home; evidence suggests that chronic musculoskeletal pain is common in this population and that rates of chronic pain development are increased in African Americans (AAs). Biological mechanisms responsible for elevated risk in AAs remain poorly understood. Vitamin D deficiency (VDD, defined as 25OHD plasma levels <30 ng/mL) is known to be more prevalent among Aas.

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