Efficacy of high and low dose oral vitamin D replacement therapy in inflammatory bowel disease: Single centre cohort.

@article{Hiew2015EfficacyOH,
  title={Efficacy of high and low dose oral vitamin D replacement therapy in inflammatory bowel disease: Single centre cohort.},
  author={H. Hiew and M. Naghibi and J. Wu and J. Saunders and F. Cummings and T. Smith},
  journal={Clinical nutrition ESPEN},
  year={2015},
  volume={10 5},
  pages={
          e190
        }
}
s / Clinical Nutrition ESPEN 10 (2015) e174ee212 e190 general hospital. Being limited by a small sample size, the audit is ongoing. The evidence that 67% of patients treated with a nasal loop went on to regain their swallow or receive gastrostomy, combinedwith the absence of complications other than displacement of naso-gastric tubes, supports their use in a restricted set of carefully selected patients. The authors encourage trusts developing their own service to implement strict patient… Expand