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the act or process of discharging bodily wastes or foreign substances

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2,3) An arbitrary cutoff of 90% excretion of the 50 mg iodine/iodide dose during the 24-hour testing period is used to determine whether a patient has reached whole body iodine sufficiency.
Kaveh Jafari Khorshidi, Yashar Vakil Faraji; Urinary Excretion of Purine Derivatives as an Index of Microbial Protein Synthesis under Effect of Different Diets Fed to Iranian Buffaloes
For expected 24-hour creatinine excretion, we used the following mean values and lean body mass: 15 mg/kg for women and 20 mg/kg for men (to convert from mg/kg to mmol/kg, multiply by 0.
Lohmeier and co-workers observed no significant differences in sodium excretions between innervated and chronically denervated kidneys in response to infusions of NE at physiologically appropriate levels (10).
The total daily P excretions increased by increasing dietary P, whereas the total P excretion as a percentage of P intakes in both growing periods was not significantly different between rations (p>0.
I then counted all excretions produced within the next five minutes.
Also, a single urinary excretion may not reflect usual intake over a longer period of time," noted Dr.
and uric acid excretions, glomerular and proximal tubular function, as well as [Na.
when taking a pulse, or blood pressure or lifting a resident), before inserting in-dwelling urinary catheters or other invasive devices, and after contact with body fluids or excretions, mucous membranes, non-intact skin, and wound dressings.
Eleven of these 12 also had low urinary excretions of iodine.
They showed 30-55% higher pyridinium cross-links excretions rates in postmenopausal women than in premenopausal women, with a larger increase in DPD vs PYD (36, 37).
However, supplementation levels often exceed inclusion requirements resulting in excess mineral excretions.
Because we hypothesized that physiological variation in protein excretions would affect U-Cd excretion (rather than the opposite), U-Cd was the dependent variable in the regression models.
FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE MAY NOT HAVE UNDERSTOOD AS MUCH about skin care as we, but she certainly knew the damaging effects of excretions on the skin.
This information helps producers and nutrient management planners decide if manure excretions can be reduced to optimize whole-farm nutrient management.