haemolysis


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  • noun

Synonyms for haemolysis

lysis of erythrocytes with the release of hemoglobin

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It has been noted that only a small number of cases have overt haemolysis (5).
It may cause methaemoglobin formation and haemolysis due to its inherent oxidant properties (3).
The influence of bilirubin, haemolysis and turbidity on 20 analytical tests performed on automatic analysers.
radical scavenging activity by DPPH reduction, superoxide radical scavenging activity in riboflavin/light/NBT system, nitric oxide (NO) radical scavenging activity in sodium nitroprusside/Greiss reagent system and inhibition of lipid peroxidation induced by iron-ADP-ascorbate in liver homogenate and phenylhydrazine induced haemolysis in erythrocyte membrane stabilization study.
These include allergic reactions, transfusion-related acute lung injury (TRALI), haemolysis, fluid overload and infectious complications.
In our study group 4% of patients had only indirect bilirubinemia suggesting haemolysis and 27.
Homozygous Hb E is usually an asymptomatic condition without anaemia, or any evidence of haemolysis (1).
aureus, Gram stain, coagulase test, pigment production, haemolysis, oxacillin susceptibility were used.
Administration of intravenous methylene blue is contraindicated in patients with G6PD deficiency and neonates in whom it triggers haemolysis.
Reproducibly simulating haemolysis, for evaluating its interference with chemical methods [Letter].
These platelet microthrombi lead to intravascular haemolysis and organ ischaemia.
This mechanism of increased red cell production is activated in response to increased red cell destruction in conditions such as haemolysis, haemorrhage, anoxia or high attitude (3), and by the stimulation of erythropoietin production and release from the kidney, liver and rarely the spleen.
coli isolates in 10 per cent sheep blood agar showed narrow zone of haemolysis, typical for the STEC (20).
Everett et al (40) studied haemoglobin E and G6PD in the Khmer Air Force in Cambodia on 106 male Khmer Air Force and found that primaquine induced a significant, but not a dangerous, haemolysis in G6PD-deficient Khmer troops and the G6PD deficiency seen in Khmer Air Force subjects was G6PD-Mahidol.
1) where maturation of the parasite occurs prior to haemolysis and infection of new red blood cells.