Vitamins Status Following Solid Organ Transplantation

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Vitamins Status Following Solid Organ Transplantation

Solid organ transplantation is a popular solution for many end stage organ failures. The functional evaluation of these transplanted organs is multi-factorial and involves many aspects involving organ function, overall patient wellbeing and quality of life. Literature reports on vitamin status following transplantation had been collected together in this review article. This review summarizes the current status of research in this area with focus on reported deficiencies in vitamins following solid organ transplantation. The deficiencies in either fat-soluble vitamins like vitamin D, vitamin A and vitamin K as well as water soluble vitamins like vitamin B6, vitamin B12 and thiamine have been summarized. The reported deficiencies are noteworthy and necessitate a critical evaluation and interventions in many transplantation programs.


Citation: Shawaqfeh MS (2015) Vitamins Status Following Solid Organ Transplantation. J Mol Biomark Diagn 6:226

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