uricemia


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uricemia

n. uricemia, exceso de ácido úrico en la sangre.
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The renal pathway for excretion of ketones is the same as for uric acid, leading to temporary uricemia due to competition with ketones for excretion.
As per reports, Prasad is currently suffering from multiple health complications which include uncontrolled diabetes, high blood pressure, heart ailments, chronic kidney failure (stage-3), fatty lever, peri-anal infection, hyper uricemia and kidney stones.
Messina et al., (2011) conducted a review of soy foods and hyperuricemia and found no evidence of increased uricemia related to soy intake.
Uric acid concentrations in early pregancy among preeclamptic women with gestational hyper uricemia at delivery.
Normal values for uricemia (uric acid concentrations in the blood) vary between 3 to 7 mg/dl in men and 3 to 6 mg/dl in premenopausal women; after menopause, differences between the two genders tend to disappear.
A S-aminolevulinic acid dehydratase (ALAD) polymorphism may modify the relationship of low-level lead exposure to uricemia and renal function: the Normative Aging Study.
Age (years) 42.4 [+ or -] 12.5 Gender (male/female), f% 45/55 Race (white/non-white), f% 30/70 Body mass index (kg/[m.sup.2]) 27.2 [+ or -] 5.6 Creatinine (mg/dL) 0.87 [+ or -] 0.23 Uricemia (mg/dL) 4.6 [+ or -] 1.5 Hyperuricemia (a), f% 8.9 Controls, f (f%) 257 (35.7) Euglycemic hypertension, f (f%) 118 (16.4) Prediabetes, f (f%) 222 (30.8) Hypertension 117 (53.0) Diabetes, f (f%) 123 (17.1) Hypertension 107 (87.0) Metabolic syndrome (b), f (f%) 299 (42.5) Diuretic use (c), f (f%) 132 (18.3) ACE inhibitor use (c), f (f%) 145 (20.1) eGFR (mL x [min.sup.-1] x 1.73 94.7 [+ or -] 20.1 [([m.sup.2]).sup.-1]) Data are reported as means [+ or -] SD or as otherwise indicated.