APN 775 Advanced Nutrition Research
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Vitamin D deficiency is common in pediatric Crohn’s disease patients. This can lead to immune system dysfunction and problems with bone growth. Registered dietitians are an essential part of the healthcare team and should have standard guidelines available to assist with the assessment and treatment of these patients.
© 2019 Rachael Costello
Vitamin D, Crohn's disease, immune system, bone growth, registered dietition
Costello, Rachael M., "What Role Should the Registered Dietitian Have in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Low Vitamin D in Pediatric Patients with Crohn's Disease?" (2019). All Student-Created Educational Resources. 148.