- Trochanteric Bursitis10:45Paper Chase #1 | Fats and Carbs and Cardiovascular Disease7:06Claire Wineland Part III15:32Things I Do But Should I - Vitamin D Levels and Frequency of Dosing8:33Paper Chase #2 | Sudden Cardiac Arrest during Competitive Sports4:56Knee Osteoarthritis (OA)Free Chapter18:54The COMPASS Trial13:36Paper Chase #3 | AC Use and Risk of Ischemic Stroke and Bleeding5:19Contact Dermatitis and Eczema14:48Cancer & Thrombosis18:54Case of the Month - Pleural Effusions | Pt. 113:00Paper Chase #4 | Preventing Falls in Older Adults5:33Case of the Month - Pleural Effusions | Pt. 210:26Antidepressants Low Down10:17Paper Chase #5 | CPR Decision Support Video5:12Endometriosis17:40The Summary17:18
Vitamin D is a vitamin in flux, at least with regards to how much we should be recommending our patients take and the frequency with which they should take it. Vaness and Adrien sift through the evidence and conclude that weekly or monthly dose is adequate for most patients. They also remind us that the new recommended daily dose is 400 units.