Background: Sudden cardiac death is common in patients on hemodialysis (HD), and its rate is as high as 25% of all cardiac deaths associated with left ventricular hypertrophy (LVH) and secondary hyperparathyroidism. A prolonged QT interval on standard electrocardiography is related to an increase in sudden death in various patient groups. It is also well known that LVH has been noted in uremic patients with high parathyroid hormone levels. Methods: To evaluate the response of intravenous calcitriol treatment on the QT interval and LVH in HD patients with secondary hyperparathyroidism (intact parathyroid hormone, iPTH, >450 ng/ml), echocardiographic, electrocardiographic (ECG), and biochemical assessments were performed over a 15-week period in 25 HD patients before and after intravenous calcitriol treatment. We also evaluated 25 age-, sex-, HD duration-, and BMI-matched HD control patients with secondary hyperparathyroidism. Results: In patients receiving intravenous calcitriol, a significant reduction in iPTH levels (p < 0.05) and alkaline phosphatase levels (p < 0.01) was found without changes in values of serum calcium and ionized Ca<sup>2+</sup>, phosphorus, Na<sup>+</sup>, K<sup>+</sup>, Mg<sup>2+</sup>, hematocrit, blood pressure, or other hemodynamic changes. Echocardiograms showed significant decreases in the thickness of the interventricular septum (p < 0.05), left posterior wall thickness (p < 0.05), and left ventricle mass index (LVMi, p < 0.01). In addition, sequential ECG measurement in patients with calcitriol treatment showed significant reductions in QTc<sub>max</sub> (QT<sub>max</sub> interval corrected for heart rates, p < 0.01) and QTc dispersion (QT dispersion corrected for heart rates, p < 0.01). However, in the control patients, biochemical, hemodynamic, and ECG changes, as well as myocardial structural and functional changes were not seen. Multiple regression analysis in all patients indicated that iPTH and LVMi levels were independent predictors of QTc<sub>max</sub> while the LVMi level was the only independent predictor of QTc dispersion (p < 0.05). Conclusions: Our study showed a significant correlation between LVMi and QT dispersion in HD patients with secondary hyperparathyroidism. Intravenous calcitriol treatment, to be used for the control of secondary hyperparathyroidism, was found to cause regression of myocardial hypertrophy and a reduction in the QTc interval and dispersion, without biochemical and hemodynamic changes. These findings suggest that an active vitamin D metabolite has a cardioprotective action in HD patients.