The authors wish to make the following changes to their paper (Hou et al. ). 1. The concepts of our article are based on the results of important studies, and the authors of 2 articles suggested to us modifying the concepts in order to match their study results. Published version: A. Introduction (p2/14): Furthermore, vitamin K supplements were found to be crucial for stabilizing CPPS and MVs in patients with CKD . Through this review, we would to elucidate the relationship between vitamin K deficiency and uremic calcification, as well as the role of vitamin supplements in the prevention of uremic vascular calcification. B. Vitamin D Supplementation as a Potential Target for Salvaging Uncarboxylated MGP (p9/14): Van Ballegooijen et al. provided evidence that vitamin D deficiency (< 50 mmol/L), along with vitamin K deficiency, predicts higher risk of hypertension in the Netherlands .
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