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Vitamin D reduces anginal episodes in chronic stable angina patients
September 28 2016. The August 2016 issue of the Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research published the findings of researchers in Karnataka, India of a reduction in episodes of angina in stable angina patients. The severe chest pain known as angina occurs when blood supply to the heart is inadequate due to cardiovascular disease. Authors Suresh V. Sagarad and colleagues observe that "The clinical benefit of Vitamin D supplementation in chronic stable angina patients with vitamin D insufficiency has not been reported."
The current research involved 20 medically managed chronic stable angina patients with low vitamin D levels and 20 patients with normal levels. Those with low levels of the vitamin were given 60,000 international units (IU) every week for eight weeks.
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