hypocalcaemic


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hypocalcaemic

(ˌhaɪpəʊkælˈsiːmɪk) or

hypocalcemic

adj
(Medicine) of or relating to hypocalcaemia
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The primary role of vitamin D3 is to promote absorption of calcium in the gut and maintain adequate serum calcium and phosphate concentrations to enable normal mineralisation of bone and to prevent hypocalcaemic tetany.
Maternal vitamin D deficiency associated with neonatal hypocalcaemic convulsions.
The animal was rehydrated before and after surgery with more of electrolyte solutions like Ringers lactate and Calcium borogluconate as cases usually suffers from hypochloremic, hypokalemic and hypocalcaemic metabolic alkalosis as stated by Peshin et al.
Therefore, during cTPE hypocalcaemic risk due to citrate administration is highly variable due to the range of clinical conditions and serum calcium levels.
Neonatal hypocalcaemic seizures: case report and literature review.
The hypocalcaemic severely-malnourished children had greater evidence of severe form of bacteraemia with systemic manifestation, such as severe sepsis, abdominal distension, and vomiting compared to their non-hypocalcaemic counterparts.
Low levels of vitamin D are also associated with life-threatening illnesses such as cardiomyopathy, hypocalcaemic seizures and more generalised symptoms such as fatigue.
The part of the observation that was intriguing that most of the patients hypocalcaemic at the end of one week gathered their parathyroid functions shortly after the surgery.
Rickets and hypocalcaemic fits began to re-emerge in Birmingham at the start of the 21st century, with 65 cases in children under five between 2001 and 2003.
Calcium balance studies in dairy cows under experimental induction and prevention of hypocalcaemic paresis puerperalis.
A false-negative result was defined as an inadequate decrease of the ioPTH level despite the fact that the patient was normo- or hypocalcaemic postoperatively.