proteinemia


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proteinemia

n. proteinemia, proteínas en la sangre.
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El recuento de eritrocitos fue de 5.870.000/[mm.sup.3], el de leucocitos resulto de 16.700/mm3, la concentracion de hemoglobina arrojo 10,6 g/dl, el hematocrito fue de 35%, proteinemia y uremia revelaron 7,3 g/dl y 0,35 g/l respectivamente, y las actividades enzimaticas de GPT, GOT y fosfatasa alcalina fueron de 16,3; 11,4 y 543 U/L.
This finding was higher than other studies which showed false negatives in Bangladesh as 11.3% (23), in Iran as 24% (24) and 6.9% in Malaysian populations (25), Possible hypothesis put forward to explain this phenomenon was, prior use of antibiotics, the existence of less immunogenic strains of S.typhi and reduced immunity from severe nutritional hypo proteinemia (24).
Concerning her visceral involvement, she underwent a digestive endoscopy due to laboratory parameters showing low proteinemia. Several polyps were found in the gastrointestinal tract.
Another good candidate predictor might be albumin level (or proteinemia) at admission, as this parameter could reflect severe vascular leakage or an increased degree of systemic inflammation (9).
The fall in proteinemia, observed on the 45th day for PC group, is attenuated under the effect of Met with a recovery at the end of the study (Figure 1(a)).
The usefulness of the [gamma]Gamma-glutamyltransferase activity and total proteinemia in serum for detection of the failure of immune passive transfer in neonatal calves.
(52,53) Localized forms of the disease are generally asymptomatic, while the generalized form may present with fever, weight loss, anemia, polyneuropathy, organomegaly, and monoclonal proteinemia, thus resembling a paraneoplastic syndrome.
Thus, hyper proteinemia is in agreement with renal damage, Prasad and Nath (1995) showed that development of cadmium induced lesion in kidney is characterized by hyper proteinemia.