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Vitamin D and critically ill patients (nice references, PDF is behind a paywall)– April 2017

Vitamin D, Hospital-Acquired Infections and Mortality in Critically Ill Patients: Emerging Evidence

Chapter: Annual Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine 2017
Part of the series Annual Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine pp 169-183
G. De Pascale, M. Antonelli Massimo.Antonelli at unicatt.it, S. A. Quraishi
Publisher wants $30 for the PDF

References are free

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