Vitamin B6 blood concentrations in paediatric dialysis patients View Full Text


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2018-11

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Triona Joyce, Frances Court Brown, Shazia Adalat, Christopher J. D. Reid, Manish D. Sinha

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OBJECTIVES: We investigated vitamin B6 blood concentrations in children on long-term dialysis at our centre. METHODS: Retrospective cross-sectional review of vitamin B6 blood concentrations in children on maintenance dialysis [peritoneal dialysis (PD), intermittent haemodialysis (IHD)]. RESULTS: We reviewed 28 children (16 boys), 15 IHD and 13 PD with median (interquartile range, IQR) age of 9.4 (2.4, 14.3) years. The median (IQR) vitamin B6 concentration was 223.4 (74.2, 392.8) nmol/L measured a median (IQR) of 9 (4, 16.5) months following commencement of dialysis. None of the children had vitamin B6 deficiency. Vitamin B6 concentrations were raised in 17 (61%), eight of these received a supplement. Nineteen (68%) received vitamin B6 and/or a supplement containing vitamin B6 whilst 11 (39%) received an enteral feed and a supplement. In those with normal vitamin B6 concentrations who were not receiving an enteral feed or an oral nutritional supplement (n = 6), all achieved normal concentrations without need for vitamin B6 supplementation. There were no differences between those on PD versus IHD (269.2 nmol/L vs. 130 nmol/L, P = 0.65). CONCLUSIONS: We report no children with vitamin B6 deficiency although > 50% had elevated vitamin B6 concentrations. We suggest if dietary assessment of vitamin B6 intake indicates insufficient intake, measurement of blood concentrations will help confirm if supplementation is required. Routine vitamin B6 supplementation and monitoring is currently not indicated in children on chronic dialysis. More... »

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