Yıl: 2022 Cilt: 29 Sayı: 3 Sayfa Aralığı: 259 - 266 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.5455/annalsmedres.2021.10.597 İndeks Tarihi: 16-06-2022

Effectiveness of vitamin D supplementation in the early gestational period on lactational mastitis development: A new framework in the risk assessment

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Background: Vitamin D (VD) deficiency is known to play a role in many infectious diseases with its immunomodulator effect. We aimed to determine whether optimal VD replacement for women who are deficient in VD, starting from early pregnancy was significantly protective against lactational mastitis (LM). Methods: This retrospective study was conducted with 132 lactating women applied to general surgery outpatient clinic of a university hospital between February 2021 and May 2021 and divided into two groups as those who used VD supplementation (Group 2) starting from the early gestational period and those who did not receive this supplementation (Group 1). The primary outcome was the effect of treatment of maternal VD deficiency or insufficiency on LM, an inflammatory condition of breast during lactational period ranging from a mild to severe forms. The demographic, birth and breastfeeding-related data including nipple crack and occurrence of LM and laboratory parameters concerning VD metabolism were analyzed and compared between the groups. Results: The rates of nipple crack, mastitis attack, recurrent mastitis attack and abscess drainage were statistically significantly higher in Group 1 (p < 0.05). Further analysis revealed that increased VD use and higher VD levels during lactation (25 ng/ml) decreased the incidence of mastitis attacks by 1.2 and 1.9 times, respectively. Conclusions: VD deficiency was found to be a noticeable risk factor for the development of LM. Concerted efforts with randomized controlled trials are necessary to further analyze this manageable risk factor, especially by promoting a well-designed and schematized replacement treatment based on VD levels starting from early pregnancy.
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Belge Türü: Makale Makale Türü: Araştırma Makalesi Erişim Türü: Erişime Açık
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APA Basim P, arğun d, Basım S (2022). Effectiveness of vitamin D supplementation in the early gestational period on lactational mastitis development: A new framework in the risk assessment. , 259 - 266. 10.5455/annalsmedres.2021.10.597
Chicago Basim Pelin,arğun derya,Basım Serdar Effectiveness of vitamin D supplementation in the early gestational period on lactational mastitis development: A new framework in the risk assessment. (2022): 259 - 266. 10.5455/annalsmedres.2021.10.597
MLA Basim Pelin,arğun derya,Basım Serdar Effectiveness of vitamin D supplementation in the early gestational period on lactational mastitis development: A new framework in the risk assessment. , 2022, ss.259 - 266. 10.5455/annalsmedres.2021.10.597
AMA Basim P,arğun d,Basım S Effectiveness of vitamin D supplementation in the early gestational period on lactational mastitis development: A new framework in the risk assessment. . 2022; 259 - 266. 10.5455/annalsmedres.2021.10.597
Vancouver Basim P,arğun d,Basım S Effectiveness of vitamin D supplementation in the early gestational period on lactational mastitis development: A new framework in the risk assessment. . 2022; 259 - 266. 10.5455/annalsmedres.2021.10.597
IEEE Basim P,arğun d,Basım S "Effectiveness of vitamin D supplementation in the early gestational period on lactational mastitis development: A new framework in the risk assessment." , ss.259 - 266, 2022. 10.5455/annalsmedres.2021.10.597
ISNAD Basim, Pelin vd. "Effectiveness of vitamin D supplementation in the early gestational period on lactational mastitis development: A new framework in the risk assessment". (2022), 259-266. https://doi.org/10.5455/annalsmedres.2021.10.597
APA Basim P, arğun d, Basım S (2022). Effectiveness of vitamin D supplementation in the early gestational period on lactational mastitis development: A new framework in the risk assessment. Annals of Medical Research, 29(3), 259 - 266. 10.5455/annalsmedres.2021.10.597
Chicago Basim Pelin,arğun derya,Basım Serdar Effectiveness of vitamin D supplementation in the early gestational period on lactational mastitis development: A new framework in the risk assessment. Annals of Medical Research 29, no.3 (2022): 259 - 266. 10.5455/annalsmedres.2021.10.597
MLA Basim Pelin,arğun derya,Basım Serdar Effectiveness of vitamin D supplementation in the early gestational period on lactational mastitis development: A new framework in the risk assessment. Annals of Medical Research, vol.29, no.3, 2022, ss.259 - 266. 10.5455/annalsmedres.2021.10.597
AMA Basim P,arğun d,Basım S Effectiveness of vitamin D supplementation in the early gestational period on lactational mastitis development: A new framework in the risk assessment. Annals of Medical Research. 2022; 29(3): 259 - 266. 10.5455/annalsmedres.2021.10.597
Vancouver Basim P,arğun d,Basım S Effectiveness of vitamin D supplementation in the early gestational period on lactational mastitis development: A new framework in the risk assessment. Annals of Medical Research. 2022; 29(3): 259 - 266. 10.5455/annalsmedres.2021.10.597
IEEE Basim P,arğun d,Basım S "Effectiveness of vitamin D supplementation in the early gestational period on lactational mastitis development: A new framework in the risk assessment." Annals of Medical Research, 29, ss.259 - 266, 2022. 10.5455/annalsmedres.2021.10.597
ISNAD Basim, Pelin vd. "Effectiveness of vitamin D supplementation in the early gestational period on lactational mastitis development: A new framework in the risk assessment". Annals of Medical Research 29/3 (2022), 259-266. https://doi.org/10.5455/annalsmedres.2021.10.597