, plasma biochemical parameters, lipid metabolism, postpartum disease, and fertility in postparturient dairy cows.
2) Sometimes, it may be complicated by hypercalcemia, (4, 5) hypocalcemia
, (2, 6) hyperuricemia, (7) hypoglycemia, (7) hypertriglyceridemia, (8) thrombocytopenia, (9) resulting in morbidity and mortality, if not detected early and promptly treated.
sup] Total parathyroidectomy with autotransplantation may be preferable in patients who will require long-term hemodialysis after surgery, and total parathyroidectomy without autotransplantation should be prohibited in patients who have a better chance of receiving kidney transplantation because of the risks of iatrogenic hypoparathyroidism and hypocalcemia
after kidney transplantation.
is an important nutritional metabolic disease of dairy cows that occurs from 0 to 3 days after calving and is characterized by a reduction in serum calcium (Ca) concentration that does not return to normal for several days.
PDM is important with regards to complications as macrosomy, increasing risk for intrauterin death, congenital malformation, hyperbilirubinemia, polistemia, hypocalcemia
Objective: To determine the frequency of hypocalcemia
in term neonates with jaundice receiving phototherapy.
The diagnostic sensitivity of a formula for hypocalcemia
was defined as the percentage of identified cases that truly had hypocalcemia
, based on [iCa.
2016;65:606-612), incorrectly stated: "Elevations of both fibroblast growth factor 23 (FGF23) and parathyroid hormone (PTH) lead to hyperphosphatemia and hypocalcemia
because of decreased urinary excretion of phosphorus.
Women with prepregnancy diabetes are significantly more likely to have babies that are either small or large for gestational age; become jaundiced; have congenital malformations; and experience respiratory distress, hypocalcemia
, and hypomagnesemia, said Dr.
The most common side effects of zoledronic acid therapy include post-dose reaction, hypocalcemia
, and renal toxicity.
The patient also experienced transient asymptomatic hypocalcemia
, which responded to oral calcium supplementation.
is independently associated with increased mortality, it is not surprising that calcium supplementation is associated with improved outcome," the authors write.