How are osteomalacia and rickets treated

How are osteomalacia and rickets treated

EtiologyTreatment
Nutritional vitamin D deficiencyVitamin D, 5000 U/day until healing, then maintain 1000–2000 U/day
MalabsorptionVitamin D, 50,000–100,000 U/day
Renal diseaseCalcitriol, 0.25–1.0 mcg/day
Hypophosphatemic ricketsCalcitriol, 0.25–1.0 mcg/day, and oral phosphate
1-alpha-hydroxylase deficiencyCalcitriol, 0.25–1.0 mcg/day, and oral phosphate
Vitamin D resistanceVitamin D, 100,000–200,000 U/day or calcitriol, 5–60 mcg/day, or IV calcium infusion
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