O papel da vitamina D na pandemia de COVID-19: revisão integrativa

Palavras-chave: Covid-19. Vitamina D. Saúde Pública.

Resumo

A vitamina D tem sido muito discutida quanto a sua utilização em meio à pandemia de Covid-19 como tratamento de suporte. Neste sentido o presente trabalho teve como objetivo avaliar possíveis vantagens no uso da vitamina D, assim como avaliar sua eficácia e segurança como tratamento à Covid-19. Trata-se de uma revisão de literatura integrativa, utilizando as bases de dados: Biblioteca Virtual em Saúde (BVS), Pubmed e Cochrane Library. Os resultados obtidos não indicam que a suplementação de vitamina D possa prevenir ou tratar a Covid-19, apesar de resultados promissores. Portanto a vitamina D não tem eficácia comprovada para ser utilizada como tratamento ou mesmo profilaxia à Covid-19. 

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2021-04-09
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Lima J. O papel da vitamina D na pandemia de COVID-19: revisão integrativa. Revista de Saúde Pública do Paraná [Internet]. 9abr.2021 [citado 28nov.2022];3(2):169-78. Available from: http://revista.escoladesaude.pr.gov.br/index.php/rspp/article/view/406
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