hypocalcemia


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Related to hypocalcemia: hypoparathyroidism, hypercalcemia
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Synonyms for hypocalcemia

abnormally low level of calcium in the blood

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The monitoring, prevention and treatment of milk fever and subclinical hypocalcemia in dairy cows.
4) In 2006, Karochristou et al, (2) reported the first case of SCFNN associated with hypocalcemia in a Greek neonate who suffered perinatal asphyxia.
It is reported that postoperative complications of parathyroidectomy for SHPT include hyperkalemia, hypocalcemia, local bleeding, and general complications of acute myocardial infarction and stroke.
Hypocalcemia can be divided into two stages: clinical hypocalcemia (CH) and subclinical hypocalcemia (SH).
82mg/dl respectively Frequency of hypocalcemia in term jaundiced neonates receiving phototherapy were observed in 22.
Total calcium (tCa; in mmol/L) showed 36% diagnostic sensitivity for hypocalcemia and 100% diagnostic specificity; 44 samples were misclassified as normocalcemic.
Secondary hyperparathyroidism, driven by hypocalcemia, responds to normalize serum calcium levels by increasing the number and size of osteoclasts actively breaking down bone matrix.
Hypocalcemia and hypomagnesemia of the newborn were more likely in both gestational and pregestational diabetes (ORs, 1.
17] Although asymptomatic hypocalcemia is common with administration of zoledronic acid, symptomatic hypocalcemia after its use is rarely reported.
The patients postoperative recovery was uneventful, and she experienced no hoarseness or hypocalcemia.
Key Words: Bone metastases, cancer-induced bone disease, cancer therapy induced bone loss, skeletal-related event (SRE), bisphosphonates, RANK ligand inhibitors, zoledronic acid, denosumab, hypocalcemia, osteonecrosis of the jaw, skeletal health.
Postoperative hypocalcemia remains the single most common complication of thyroid surgery, with a prevalence ranging between 16 and 55%, depending on the definition of low calcium levels [1-3].
Hungry bone syndrome (HBS) refers to a severe, rapid and prolonged hypocalcemia associated with hypophosphatemia and hypomagnesaemia that are the consequences of suppressed parathyroid hormone levels at patients with prior high bone turnover [1-6, 9, 11, 12].
7 cases had metabolic disorder (n1 = 5 hypocalcemia, n2 = 2 hypoglycemia) had normal development at 6 month of postnatal age.
It provides step-by-step diagnosis, imaging, and management guidelines for specific conditions including hypocalcemia, hypercalcemia, rickets, phosphate disorders, and osteoporosis.