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the act or process of discharging bodily wastes or foreign substances

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These results suggest that low urine ammonium excretion identifies individuals at high risk of chronic kidney disease progression or death irrespective of the serum bicarbonate concentration," said Kalani Raphael from the University of Utah in the US.
Chronic metabolic acidosis prompts an increase in total kidney ammonia production and urinary ammonium excretion.
Keywords: Calcium creatinine ratio, children, hypercalciuria, urinary calcium excretion, obesity
A few studies have focused on the incidence of delayed excretion of MTX in Chinese populations and the factors that influence such delayed excretion.
Conclusion: Urinary excretion of zinc, chromium, cobalt and manganese in healthy adults need to be monitored properly to avoid health problems in future.
Limited local data is available to assess the accuracy of ACR in detecting microalbuminuria as compared to 24-hour urinary albumin excretion in diabetics.
Due to the unknown effects of vitamin D and calcium supplementation (VDCS) on the risk of developing hypercalciuria and subsequent de novo stone formation, we examined the impact of maintenance doses of vitamin D (VD) and calcium on urinary calcium excretion and de novo stone development in VDI patients with a history of urolithiasis.
To estimate total fecal excretion of each animal, feeds, orts and feces samples were incubated for 288 h in the rumen of two cannulated Nellore steers to determination of the concentration of indigestible acid detergent fiber (iADF) used as internal marker (Casali et al.
Comment: Urinary excretion of sodium and potassium are fairly reliable indicators of dietary intake of these electrolytes.
Urinary sodium and potassium levels were used as surrogates for dietary intake of these elements, and these excretion levels were correlated with the participants' blood pressure levels, said Andrew Mente, Ph.
Graded amounts of Lactase N produced, at best, a 53% relative reduction in breath hydrogen excretion, whereas quantitative elimination of excess hydrogen excretion was produced by 1 and 1.
The researchers also conducted a study to evaluate the accuracy of the method, using each volunteer's 24-hour urinary excretion to measure biomarkers of nutrient status.
In order to try to assess magnesium absorption as opposed to intake or circulating levels which may have been released from tissue stores, researchers in this study measured urinary excretion of the mineral.