hypocalcaemic


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hypocalcaemic

(ˌhaɪpəʊkælˈsiːmɪk) or

hypocalcemic

adj
(Medicine) of or relating to hypocalcaemia
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Developmental anomalies of cerebral Structure in 10.5%, Hypocalcaemic seizure in 3.5 %, Benign infantile seizure in 3.5%, cerebral trauma 1.7 %, Cerebral haemorrhage 1.7%.
Eleven patients had the clinical findings of rickets including X-bain deformity or bowed leg, chest rosary, Harrison's groove, frontal bossing, widening of the wrist, growth retardation, hypotonia and inability to walk together with hypocalcaemic seizures.
These include hypogonadism and menopause, which predispose to osteoporosis, and hypomagnesaemia, which is associated with osteoporosis, hypocalcaemia, and familial hypocalcaemic hypercalciuria (FHH).7 Hypovitaminosis D is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease, and may worsen outcomes in diabetes.8 Complications of bone mineral ill-health, such as sarcopenia, may impair efforts to improve physical activity in diabetes, while diabetic complications like neuropathy and retinopathy can increase fracture risk.
Cardiac arrests can also precipitate from hyperkalaemic arrhythmias that may develop after massive amounts of banked blood products are transfused, which can be further exacerbated by the hypocalcaemic, hyperglycaemic, hypothermic and acidotic states that banked products may also create (9).
Review calcium-based phosphate binders and calcitriol supplementation dosing, or initiate this therapy if hypocalcaemic. (4) Identify other medications that may predispose to hypocalcaemia such as loop diuretics (frusemide), calcimimetics (cinacalcet), steroids, bisphosphonates, calcitonin, barbiturates and ketoconazole.
Dogs with serum calcium levels less than 9.5 mgs/dl were considered to be hypocalcaemic and tetany can be expected when serum total calcium concentration reaches 6 mg/dl or lower (Feldman and Nelson, 2004).
It was reported that neonatal hypocalcaemic tetany may be present in approximately 50% babies of untreated mothers [15].
Although the patient was found to be hypocalcaemic postoperatively, he made an uncomplicated recovery and the tracheostomy was removed 14 days following surgery.
Maternal vitamin D deficiency associated with neonatal hypocalcaemic convulsions.
Comparisons with other units is challenging, with the prescribed Inlet: AC ratios ranging between 1:20 and 1:25 (Filler, et al., 2014), down to a more concentrated mix of 1:25 (standard) or 1:45 (if hypocalcaemic) (Farah, et al., 2012).
Neonatal hypocalcaemic seizures: case report and literature review.
The influence of insulin on metabolism of glucose, free fatty acids and glycerol in normo- and hypocalcaemic ewes during different reproductive stages.