OTHER RESULTS

ONLY USE THE FOLLOWING BOX WHEN THE TYPE OF RESULT DATA DO NOT FIT THE TABLES PROVIDED ABOVE

UI Author Year Outcome Results
11297596 Pfeifer 2001 SBP 60 (81%) of the subjects in the Ca+D group had a decrease in SBP > 5 mmHg compared to 35 (47%) in the Ca group (P = 0.04). 8 (11%) of the subjects in the Ca+D group had a increase in SBP > 5 mmHg compared to 29 (39%) in the Ca group (P = 0.05).
DBP 58 (78%) of the subjects in the Ca+D group had a decrease in DBP > 5 mmHg compared to 36 (49%) in the Ca group (P = 0.1). 21 (28%) of the subjects in the Ca group had an increase in DBP > 5 mmHg compared to 10 (13%) in the Ca+D group (P = 0.02).

From: Appendix C, Evidence Tables: L-Q

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Vitamin D and Calcium: A Systematic Review of Health Outcomes.
Evidence Reports/Technology Assessments, No. 183.
Chung M, Balk EM, Brendel M, et al.

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