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Sepsis was present in 6 percent of US adult hospitalizations – JAMA Oct 2017


Sepsis is both prevented and treated by Vitamin D - many studies in VitaminDWiki starts with

  • Sepsis is more likely in those with poor immune systems
    Infants, the elderly, the sick, and those with low vitamin D
  • Severe sepsis has been associated with low Vitamin D and poor Vitamin D receptor in many studies
  • Loading doses of Vitamin D bypass any poor Vitamin D Receptors
  • Vitamin D loading doses have been proven to treat sepsis (RCTs: 2015, 2020, 2021)
      Reduced: ICU stay by 8 days, Hospital stay by 7 days, and readmission rate reduced to 0%
      Note: The fastest way (2 hours) to have a sublingual loading dose of Vitamin D nano-emulsion
  • Sepsis is fought by Vitamin D in 9 ways – Feb 2023
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Conclusions and Relevance
In clinical data from 409 hospitals, sepsis was present in 6% of adult hospitalizations, and in contrast to claims-based analyses, neither the incidence of sepsis nor the combined outcome of death or discharge to hospice changed significantly between 2009-2014. The findings also suggest that EHR-based clinical data provide more objective estimates than claims-based data for sepsis surveillance.

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