bilirubinemia


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Related to bilirubinemia: bilirubinuria
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bil·i·ru·bi·ne·mi·a

n. bilirrubinemia, presencia excesiva de bilirrubina en la sangre, causando destrucción de eritrocitos.
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18) Activation of Kuppfer cells may lead to symptoms of liver damage often observed during sepsis, including bilirubinemia and elevated liver enzymes.
In our study group 4% of patients had only indirect bilirubinemia suggesting haemolysis and 27.
The most common treatment-related serious adverse events (1% each) in the combined prophylaxis studies were bilirubinemia, increased hepatic enzymes, hepatocellular damage, nausea, and vomiting.
The most common treatment-related serious adverse events (1 percent each) in the combined NOXAFIL prophylaxis studies were bilirubinemia, increased hepatic enzymes, hepatocellular damage, nausea, and vomiting.
Bilirubinemia influencing front-face ZnPPIX determinations depends on the instrument (7,8), use of intact vs lysed specimens (9), or washing of intact cells before use (10).
Other morbidities, including sepsis, bilirubinemia, and ventilator use, were slightly less likely in the vaginal delivery group, but the differences were not statistically significant.