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Vitamin A Treatment in Septic Children With Vitamin A Deficiency

The prevalence of vitamin A deficiency was found high in children with sepsis. Whether those patients will benefit from the vitamin A supplementation is unknown.


A Trial on Different Dosages of Vitamin D in Preterm Infants With Late-onset Sepsis

This is a randomized controlled trial (RCT) to evaluate the influence of different doses of vitamin D3 (800 IU/d versus 400 IU/d), on serum levels of interleukin (IL)-6, TNF-alpha and C- reactive (CRP) in premature infants with clinical evidence of late-onset sepsis and to assess its influence on clinical outcomes of these infants.

The VITDALIZE Study: Effect of High-dose Vitamin D3 on 28-day Mortality in Adult Critically Ill Patients

In the VITdAL-ICU trial using a large oral dose of vitamin D3 in 480 adult critically ill patients, there was no benefit regarding the primary endpoint hospital length of stay. However, the predefined subgroup with severe vitamin D deficiency (25(OH)D ≤ 12ng/ml) had significantly lower 28-day mortality (36.3% placebo vs. 20.4% vitamin D group, HR 0.52 (0.30-0.89), number needed to treat = 6). Therefore, high-dose vitamin D3 in a population of severely vitamin D deficient crit...


Metabolic Resuscitation in Sepsis: A Randomized Clinical Trial

In this study, we aim to determine whether the combination of vitamin C, vitamin B1 (thiamine), and cotricosteroids improves the trajectory of organ failure and reduces mortality in patients with severe sepsis and septic shock as compared to placebo.

Vitamin C & Thiamine in Sepsis

Investigators propose to investigate the use of IV vitamins B1 and C in a randomized, double-blinded, prospective trial to determine if these medications decrease mortality rates in patients with severe sepsis or septic shock.

Vitamin C, Thiamine, and Steroids in Sepsis

The VItamin C, Thiamine And Steroids in Sepsis (VICTAS) Study is a double-blind, placebo-controlled, adaptive randomized clinical trial designed to investigate the efficacy of the combined use of vitamin C, thiamine and corticosteroids versus indistinguishable placebos for patients with sepsis. The objective of this study is to demonstrate the efficacy of combination therapy using vitamin C, thiamine and corticosteroids in reducing mortality and improving organ function in crit...

Vitamin C, Vitamin B1 and Steroid in Sepsis

A randomized controlled trial to test the synergic modulation effect of vitamin C, thiamine and hydrocortisone in patients with severe sepsis or septic shock.

The Effect of Rapidly Correcting Low Vitamin D Status in Patients With Severe Sepsis

Sepsis is a clinical entity that complicates infection. Without early recognition and timely management, it can rapidly progress to severe sepsis, septic shock, and culminate in multiple organ dysfunction syndrome. Forty to 70% of septic patients have low vitamin D status, yet little is known about the impact of vitamin D3 (vitD3) supplementation in this patient population. As such, the investigators propose a randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled trial to test the hyp...

High-dose Vitamin D3 in Pancreas Cancer

Different studies have shown that a deficiency in vitamin D (≤20ng/mL) results in higher rates in morbidity and mortality rates in cancer patients. Clinical studies investigated and demonstrated altered vitamin d tissue in pancreatic cancer. But there is no prospective study evaluating the beneficiary effects of oral supplementation of vitamin d in altered vitamin d tissue from pancreatic cancer. We want to examine the effect of a high dose vitamin D3 therapy vs. a standard b...

The Vitamin C, Hydrocortisone and Thiamine in Patients With Septic Shock Trial

The global burden of sepsis is substantial with an estimated 15 to 19 million cases per year and the vast majority of these cases occur in low income countries.With more timely diagnosis and improvement in supportive care the 28-day mortality from sepsis in high income countries has declined to about 25%, however, the mortality from septic shock remains as high as 45%. Moreover, the mortality from sepsis and septic shock in low income countries is reported to be as high as 60%....

The Effect of Vitamin C, Thiamine and Hydrocortisone on Clinical Course and Outcome in Patients With Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock

The global burden of sepsis is substantial with an estimated 15 to 19 million cases per year; the vast majority of these cases occur in low income countries. New therapeutic approaches to sepsis are desperately required; considering the global burden of sepsis these interventions should be effective, cheap, safe and readily available. The aim is to study the synergistic effect of vitamin C, hydrocortisone and thiamine on survival in patients with severe sepsis and septic shock.

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Effect of Vitamin B12 on the Development of Sepsis, in Patients With Bacteremia

This is an prospective observational study assessing the effect of vitamin B12 on the odds of developing sepsis in patients with bacteriemia confirmed by positive blood culture result. The hypothesis is that patients with positive blood cultures who develop sepsis have lower vitamin B12 levels than patients with positive blood cultures who do not develop sepsis.

Clinical Outcome Study of High-dose Meropenem in Sepsis and Septic Shock Patients

Sepsis and septic shock patients are considered to have a high risk of complications and death. Appropriate antimicrobial therapy plays an important role in determining outcomes in septic patients. However, pathophysiologic changes associated with critical illness have an impact on pharmacokinetics of antimicrobials. In addition, increasing bacterial resistance is also a growing concern, especially in intensive care units., Consequently, standard antimicrobial dose may not be s...

High Dose Vitamin D Replacement in Patients Undergoing Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation

The purpose of this study is to test the efficacy and safety of high dose vitamin D therapy among HSCT patients in a tiered, step-wise manner (step one/two) in order to define treatment doses capable of providing vitamin D sufficiency.

High-dose Intravenous Vitamin C as an Adjunctive Treatment for Sepsis in Rwanda

This feasibility study serves to determine if it is possible to perform a powered randomized control trial of high-dose intravenous vitamin C (ascorbic acid) as an adjunctive medication in the management of sepsis and septic shock in Rwanda. Further data will be collected including Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (SOFA) score, Universal Vital Assessment (UVA) score, duration of vasopressors, mortality and other key indicators to possibly determine the impact of vitamin C on...

Treatment of Vitamin D Insufficiency

The purpose of this study is to answer the following questions: Does vitamin D increase calcium absorption, bone mass and muscle mass and function in women past menopause who have mildly low vitamin D levels? Do these benefits require prescription-strength vitamin D, or is an over the counter vitamin D dose enough?

Lessening Organ Dysfunction With VITamin C

LOVIT is a multicentre concealed-allocation parallel-group blinded randomized controlled trial to ascertain the effect of high-dose intravenous vitamin C compared to placebo on mortality or persistent organ dysfunction at 28 days in septic intensive care unit patients.

Effect of a Monthly High Dose of Vitamin D3 on Bariatric Surgery Patients

Bariatric surgery patients tend to have malabsorption of many micronutrients such as B12, Iron and vitamin D postoperative. So in this study, a monthly high dose of vitamin D3 is giving to patients with their routine supplements and followed up for 6 months. Hypothesis:Bariatric surgery subjects taking monthly high dose cholecalciferol supplements in addition to the standard vitamin D protocol will have a significant rise in serum vitamin D levels compared to the subjects tak...

Effects of Vitamin C, Hydrocortisone, and Thiamine on the Outcome of Patients With Sepsis

This study has been created to compare the addition of intravenous (IV) vitamin C, thiamine, and hydrocortisone to the usual standard of care of sepsis and septic shock. Sepsis is a possibly life-threatening condition in which a patient may have organ dysfunction due to an infection. Septic shock is defined as low blood pressure and organ dysfunction that do not improve after administering IV fluids. Standard of care for sepsis and septic shock include early administration of I...

Vitamin D to Improve Outcomes by Leveraging Early Treatment

This study aims to evaluate the effect of early administration of high-dose vitamin D3 in reducing all-cause, all-location mortality in vitamin D deficient patients at high risk for ARDS. Patients will be screened for vitamin D deficiency (

Benefit of Clarithromycin in Patients With Severe Infections Through Modulation of the Immune System

High mortality associated with sepsis and Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome (MODS) calls for alternative, individualized therapies in selected patients that might benefit form specific interventions. Role of macrolides as potential immunomodulatory treatment in sepsis is promising, but unclear. Subgroup analysis of previous large-scale clinical trials on patients with ventilator-associated pneumonia or gram-negative sepsis, showed that addition of clarithromycin to standard a...

Vitamin D3 for Aromatase Inhibitor Induced Arthralgias

The primary purpose is to determine if high dose vitamin D3 reduces the incidence of musculoskeletal symptoms associated with the aromatase inhibitor letrozole in women with early stage breast cancer and low serum vitamin D levels. The primary hypothesis is that high dose vitamin D3 prevents the worsening of musculoskeletal symptoms when compared to a standard dose vitamin D3 treatment.

A Study to Examine the Effectiveness of Aspirin and/or Vitamin D3 to Prevent Prostate Cancer Progression

To demonstrate the acceptability and feasibility of recruitment to a randomised chemoprevention study of standard (300mg) or low dose (100mg) aspirin vs. placebo and/or Vitamin D3 vs. placebo in patients enrolled on an Active Surveillance programme for prostate cancer.

Effects of Fat-soluble Vitamins Supplementation on Common Complications and Neural Development in Very Low Birth Weight Infants

Vitamins A, D, and E play important roles in humans, such as vision function, immune function, bone metabolism, cell growth and differentiation and oxidation resistance. Deficiencies in these vitamins will result in a high prevalence of cardiovascular disease, infection, bone diseases, etc. Preterm infants, especially very low birth weight infants, are at risk of vitamin deficiency. Intravenous perfusion is the most common and widely used method to supply vitamins for the speci...

Therapeutic Benefit of Preoperative Supplemental Vitamin D in Patients Undergoing Brain Tumor Surgery

Vitamin D supplementation not only has beneficial effects on morbidity and mortality in critically ill patients but it may also lead to alleviate of seizure, brain edema, infection, pain and some other perioperative complications, possibly in part through an attenuation of the immune response.In this trial patients with brain tumor under craniotomy will receive a single high dose vitamin D compared to control group.


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