5% of those with HIE 2 and 3 respectively, defining asphyxia with inclusion of metabolic acidaemia
A syndrome of lipoatrophy, lactic acidaemia
and liver dysfunction associated with HIV nucleoside analogue therapy: contribution to protease inhibitor-related lipodystrophy syndrome.
Diagnosis of isovaleric acidaemia
by tandem mass spectrometry: false positive result due to pivaloylcarnitine in a newborn screening programme.
Neonatal death associated with isovaleric acidaemia
Intrapartum fetal surveillance aims to improve fetal outcomes by identifying fetuses with hypoxic acidaemia
and has the potential to promote fetal health and improve neonatal status at birth.
Jack Beattie, nine, from Catchgate, near Annfield Plain, County Durham, was diagnosed with methylmalonic acidaemia
when he was only 11 weeks old.
As the victim suffers from impaired liver function resulting in acidaemia
and hyperinsulinaemia hepatic gluconeogenesis and glycogenolysis occur.
She was two weeks old when she was diagnosed with propionic acidaemia
, a condition in which vital enzymes, produced mainly in the liver, are missing.
Sophie has a rare condition called Methyl Malonic Acidaemia
The NHS Newborn Blood Spot Screening programme will be expanded to screen for homocystinuria (HCU), maple syrup urine disease (MSUD), glutaric aciduria type 1 (GA1) and isovaleric acidaemia
But the new scheme will check the same blood sample for five extra conditions: maple syrup urine disease, homocystinuria and three types of acidaemia
The first step in assessment of the arterial blood gas profile is appraisal of the pH: a reduced pH indicates acidaemia
and an elevated pH indicates alkalaemia (Table 1).
Four of these patients were changed to pressure support mode soon after the Vts were recorded, with subsequent improvement in acidaemia