What Conditions does PEDIATRIC D-VITE Treat?

  • low levels of parathyroid hormone
  • rickets
  • rickets that is dependent on vitamin D levels in the body
  • osteomalacia, or softening of bones
  • softening of bones from seizure medications
  • low vitamin D levels
  • prevention of vitamin D deficiency
  • osteoporosis caused by glucocorticoid drugs
  • generalized changes in bone associated with renal failure
  • osteoporosis, a condition of weak bones
  • vitamin D deficiency (high dose therapy)
  • bone changes due to x-linked hypophosphatemia

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