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Related to acidemia: organic acidemia, Isovaleric acidemia, Methylmalonic acidemia, Propionic acidemia
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a blood disorder characterized by an increased concentration of hydrogen ions in the blood (which falls below 7 on the pH scale)

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Hyperchloremic acidemia was found in surgical patients treated with saline-based surgical fluids but not in those treated with Hextend.
Gradations in color from green to blue to yellow to orange to red denote increasing risk of fetal acidemia, ranging from no threat of acidemia (green) to evidence of actual or impending damaging fetal asphyxia (red).
The associated inborn errors of metabolism include PCC defects that cause propionic acidemia.
Similar improvements in sensitivity were observed with combined testing for acidemia (71% for abnormal Doppler, 63% for abnormal biophysical parameters, 88% for both); neonatal morbidity (53% for abnormal Doppler, 42% for abnormal biophysical parameters, 73% for both); and neonatal death within the first 28 days of life (74% for abnormal Doppler, 55% for abnormal biophysical parameters, 94% for both).
Acidemia "shifts the curve to the left" means that there is a lower affinity of oxygen to hemoglobin at a given oxygen level in arterial blood.
Increased accumulation of IV-carnitine presumably results from increased accumulation of isovaleryl-CoA, which is the major targeted marker for isovaleric acidemia, a disorder of leucine metabolism, and also of multiple acyl-CoA dehydrogenation defects resulting from impaired electron transport (7, 8).
Julia Carey-Corrado, the FDA's clinical reviewer of the device application, said the FDA is requiring the manufacturer to submit annual reports that address a specified list of adverse events, including rates of perinatal death, neonatal encephalopathy, acidemia, and acidosis; the rate of device malfunction; the number of monitors sold; the number of institutions using the monitors; the proportion of patients monitored with STAN as opposed to standard EFM; and the number of physicians credentialed.
Chronic hypoxemia, hypercapnia, and acidemia produce pulmonary vasoconstriction and distort the distribution of pulmonary blood flow.
Abstract: Isovaleric acidemia is a rare autosomal recessive inborn error of leucine catabolism caused by deficiency of isovaleryl coenzyme A dehydrogenase.
This research will lead to better understanding of the disorder and provides hope to those families living with this disease," adds Kathy Stagni, Executive Director of the Organic Acidemia Association, a nonprofit organization that supports families with inherited metabolic disorders.
So became the non-profit organization International Organization of Glutaric Acidemia (IOGA).
Methylmalonic acidemia (MMA) and propionic acidemia (PA) are inborn errors of amino acid metabolism affecting 1 in 50 000 to 1 in 100 000 individuals (6,7).
The panel called for certification of clinicians, and postmarketing surveillance of rates of operative delivery, fetal acidemia, and neonatal encephalopathy.
They exhibited progressive hypotension, oliguria, decreased cardiac output, and lactic acidemia.
It has not been possible to determine which symptoms are due to carnitine deficiency and which are due to an underlying organic acidemia, as symptoms of both abnormalities may be expected to improve with CARNITOR(R).