shpt


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shpt

abbreviation for
(Commerce) shipment
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shpt

ABBR (Comm) =shipmente/
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Tertiary hyperparathyroidism is a state of excessive secretion of PTH after a long period of SHPT. It leads to autonomous parathyroid glands that induce hypercalcemia [1].
SHPT is a frequently occurring entity in patients suffering from heart failure (HF).
We performed a retrospective cohort study on 38 patients, from January 2002 to February 2013, at the General Surgery of the Hospital of Brescia with SHPT in haemodialysis regimen submitted to total parathyroidectomy (tPTX) with parathyroid tissue autotransplantation (AT) in the intramuscular (Group 1) or subcutaneous (Group 2) site of the upper nondominant forearm.
Low levels of active vitamin D3 result in a marked decrease in the absorption of dietary calcium, resulting in intermittent hypocalcaemia and sHPT. Prevention of sHPT should start early, when the eGFR is [less than or equal to] 60 mL/min.
We give an uncommon report on a case of thyrotoxicosis occurred in an SHPT patient with normal thyroid undergoing dialysis after total parathyroidectomy with autotransplantation.
sHPT is a common, serious and often progressive condition that occurs in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD).
Sensitivity and specificity were also calculated separately for patients with sHPT or pHPT.
The high bone turnover status in SHPT can induce an increase in bone demineralization, which increases calcium and inorganic phosphate release from the bones into circulation.
(6) Characteristics of medications used to treat SHPT are presented in TABLE 3.
reported that combined application of ultrasound and SPECT/CT has incremental value in detecting parathyroid tissue in SHPT patients; the sensitivity, specificity, and accuracy of combined application of ultrasound and [sup.99m]Tc-sestamibi SPECT/CT were higher than those of either ultrasound or [sup.99m]Tc-sestamibi SPECT/CT [8].
For the next stage of policy implementation, CMS is considering the inclusion of oral-only drugs (FIFIS 2010,2013), which are used to treat a common sequela of kidney failure called secondary hyperparathyroidism (sHPT) (de Francisco 2004).