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VitaminDWiki pages having WOUND or BURN in the title


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WOUND in title (8 as of Dec 2021)

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Vitamin D raised after intense exercise if initially low and can burn fat – June 2022 27 Jun, 2022
VitaminDWiki pages having WOUND or BURN in the title 29 Dec, 2021
2.4 X fewer burn complications if have more than 20 ng of Vitamin D – Nov 2021 06 Nov, 2021
Fight Cancer with more than cut, burn, and poison – Nobel prize for T-Cell – Oct 2018 12 Aug, 2021
Burn patients have little vitamin D and benefit when it is restored 03 Jul, 2021
Fewer Burn problems if adequate Vitamin D – Less ICU, Hospital, Sepsis (10X) – Dec 2019 17 Dec, 2019
Wounds and burns healed with Vitamin D 24 Jul, 2019
Burns - will 200,000 IU of vitamin D decrease hospital stay - RCT 2021 21 Mar, 2019
The effect of vitamin D on different human cells, with emphasis on burns and ICU – April 2018 21 Apr, 2018
Health benefits of non-burning exposure to UV light – Jan 2017 14 Nov, 2017
Can burn pain be relieved by 4 g of Omega-3 and 2,000 IU of vitamin D – RCT due 2021 18 Oct, 2017
Perhaps not burn from the sun if have enough vitamin D 13 Apr, 2017
Severely burned children recovered muscle capability much faster with daily 1000 IU of vitamin D – RCT March 2017 01 Mar, 2017
Burn patients have little vitamin D and uncertain response to supplementation – Dec 2014 04 Sep, 2016
Bone fractures after a burn - none if vitamin D, 6 if no vitamin D – RCT May 2015 04 Sep, 2016
Burn victims often have bone fractures, but not if supplemented with vitamin D3 – RCT May 2015 04 Sep, 2016
Go ahead, soak up some sun (but don’t burn) – Holick July 2015 01 Aug, 2015
Hypothesis: Extensive burns reduce vitamin D, which increase bone loss – Nov 2012 31 May, 2015
Burned skin produces only about 25 percent as much vitamin D – March 2012 31 May, 2015
92 percent of Burn patients had low vitamin D, 600 IU did not help – Aug 2014 03 Feb, 2015
Quarterly vitamin D injections 2 years after burns did not help bones – March 2015 01 Feb, 2015
People with old burns improved muscle strength with 2200 IU average vitamin D – RCT Sept 2014 20 Dec, 2014

VitaminDWiki category: Topical Vitamin D contains

Topical is one of the many ways of increasing the vitamin D in your body
Topical is 2X to 50X more expensive than oral form
Topical is great for those who not want to swallow pillls nor fortifiy their food/drink with Vitamin D
Topical is one of the many gut-friendly forms of vitamin D (good bioavailability for those with poor guts
Topical is especially good form to apply directly to skin problems:
    - i.e. Psoriasis  Warts  Burns  Acne  Eczema  Wounds  (lasts about a day)
    The skin, like most tissues of the body, can fully-activate Vitamin D locally - no liver nor kidney needed.
Provides perhaps 100X higher concentration of Vitamin D to that portion than if same dose were taken orally
There were > 700 topical Vitamin D products on Amazon Aug, 2019
     Creams. oils, patches, nanoemulsions, etc.
Suspect that topical Vitamin D is best absorbed where the skin gets Vitamin D naturally
- - - face and hands vs the back or the inside of arms
Nanoemulsions can also be applied topically under the tongue and inhaled


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See also BURNS in Google Scholar (53,000 as of Dec 2021)

  • Role of vitamin D in treatment of keloid - March 2021 https://doi.org/10.1111/jocd.14070
  • Role of topical cholecalciferol (vitamin D3) in the management of electric burns Oct 2020 FREE PDF
  • A Review of Vitamin D and Scarring: The Potential for New Therapeutics. -Jul 2020, DOI: 10.36849/jdd.2020.4986

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