Study of Biochemical Parameters Mothers and Neonates in Cigarette Smoke Exposure on Vitamin D Level in Vidharbha Region
Keywords:Cigarette smoke exposure, Pregnancy, 25-hydroxy vitamin D, Biochemical parameters.
Introduction: Vitamin D is a nutrient that is needed for bone growth and processing. Vitamin D and
calcium are extremely important during certain stages of life, such as the baby’s development, childhood,
childhood and adolescence, breastfeeding, lactation, and old age. Vitamin D and calcium deficiency have
severe implications at this time. Aim: Study Of Biochemical Parameters Mothers And Neonates In Cigarette
Smoke Exposure On Vitamin D Level In Vidharbha Region Material and Methods: Both pregnant nonsmoker women who were referred to Shalinitai Meghe hospital and Research center Consequently,
Nagpur was hired for distribution on the basis of their reports; 54 subjects were exposed to tobacco
smoke and 54 subjects were not exposed. Result: Status and metabolic parameters of maternal vitamin
D With no important difference in both the uncovered and exposed categories, we find a low level of 25 vit
(D) (OH) (depending on the level of urinary cotinine). (> 0.0113 p total) (8.71 4.33 ng / ml vs. 11.02 4.96 ng
/ ml).(See Table 1) Based on self-reported exposure, maternal serum calcium levels were lower in exposed
populations than in untreated sub-jects (p = 0.001). There was a substantial variation between the groups in
serum phosphorus levels. Based on independent expression, alkaline phosphatase levels in the articulated
group were found to be higher than in the other group (p = 0.0129).Conclusion : The findings showed that
second hand smoke consumption had a detrimental effect on pregnant women. In songs and babies, serum
vitamin D levels were not substantially different between the two classes, but were lower in exposed persons.
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