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Serum Calcium

Serum 25(OH)D

Symptoms/Health Effects

3.5–3.7 mmol/L (~14 mg/dL)

496 ng/ml

Polydypsia, polyuria, anorexia, nausea; tx with IV saline, furosemide; hydrocortisone

3.75 mmol/L (15 mg/dL)

1,171 nmol/L (469.2 ng/ml)

Fatigue, constipation, back pain, forgetfulness, nausea, vomiting; tx with IV saline, furosemide, and pamidronate

3.95 mmol/L (15.8 mg/dL)

58–60 IU/ml (145–150 ng/ml)

Both adults developed renal failure. The female aborted a 10-week fetus at 3 weeks post-diagnosis for hypervitaminosis D. Plasma vitamin D levels were 60 IU/ml 5 weeks post-diagnosis; nephrocalcinosis persisted in the adult male but neither had long-term renal impairment

(mean for adults at 5 weeks post-exposure)

(5 weeks post-exposure)

Renal colic, confusion, lethargy, and weakness; reported passing small stones; tx with IV saline, furosemide, glucocorticoids

15.3 mg/dL

>150 ng/ml

11.3 mg/dL

>150 ng/ml

 



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