osmolal


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osmolal

(ɒzˈməʊləl)
adj
(Biochemistry) biochem relating to the concentration of a given solution
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Patients with recent history of ingesting toxic amounts of methanol and having osmolal gap of more than 10 mOsm/kg H2O were included.
Measurements of lactate, urea, other electrolytes and albumin and calculation of the anion and osmolal gaps would be recommended to access their influence.
This was supported by the evidence of a high plasma osmolal gap, which is the difference between the measured plasma osmolality in the laboratory and calculated plasma osmolality.
The questions relate to topics like acid-base disturbances, sodium concentration disorders, the utility of urine anion and osmolal gaps, the use of bicarbonate to treat metabolic acidosis, the use phosphorus binders to treat hyperphosphatemia, the interpretation of changes in plasma creatinine, the urine-to-plasma creatinine ratio, acute renal failure vs.
In case the contrast study was deemed necessary by the clinician, the contrast investigations were performed using low osmolal nonionic contrast media after premedication with steroids as per guidelines.
Primer paso: Calculo de la brecha osmolal, mediante la medicion y calculo de la osmolalidadplasmatica.
A 61-year-old man presented with an increased anion-gap metabolic acidosis, an increased serum osmolal gap, and a negative result in an alcohol screen.
The American Academy of Toxicology recommends treatment with ethanol (or fomepizole if available) in the presence of a methanol level >20 mg/dl, a documented history of methanol ingestion with a serum osmolal gap >10 mOsm/l or strong clinical suspicion of methanol poisoning with at least two of the following: arterial pH <7.
Dessa forma, a avaliacao do hiato osmolal e uma forma de avaliar a concentracao de solutos osmoticamente ativos no sangue ([Na.
Ethylene glycol poisoning with a normal anion gap caused by concurrent ethanol ingestion: Importance of the osmolal gap.