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abnormally high acidity (excess hydrogen-ion concentration) of the blood and other body tissues

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5,6 In patients with eGFR<30 ml/min/m2, however, the likelihood of lactic acidaemias increased and therefore Metformin usage is contraindicated.
Looking beyond the basal ganglia: The spectrum of MRI changes in methylmalonic acidaemia.
5% of those with HIE 2 and 3 respectively, defining asphyxia with inclusion of metabolic acidaemia.
From early next year, 'heel prick' blood samples taken from newborn babies will be tested for four additional metabolic disorders - glutaric aciduria type 1, homocystinuria, isovaleric acidaemia and maple syrup urine disease.
Hypoxia and acidaemia, both of which are powerful pulmonary vasoconstrictors prevent the normal postnatal changes in circulation.
Hypercapnia and acidaemia shifts the haemoglobin-oxygen dissociation curve rightwards augmenting the tissue release of oxygen (14).
1-3) Furthermore, our experience has shown that whereas propionic acidaemia (PA) is frequently encountered across all population groups, isovaleric acidaemia (IVA) is mostly confined to Afrikaners.
Fetal heart rate patterns and ECG ST segment changes preceding metabolic acidaemia at birth.
Diagnosis of isovaleric acidaemia by tandem mass spectrometry: false positive result due to pivaloylcarnitine in a newborn screening programme.
Intrapartum fetal surveillance aims to improve fetal outcomes by identifying fetuses with hypoxic acidaemia and has the potential to promote fetal health and improve neonatal status at birth.
Jack Beattie, nine, from Catchgate, near Annfield Plain, County Durham, was diagnosed with methylmalonic acidaemia when he was only 11 weeks old.
As the victim suffers from impaired liver function resulting in acidaemia and hyperinsulinaemia hepatic gluconeogenesis and glycogenolysis occur.
She was two weeks old when she was diagnosed with propionic acidaemia, a condition in which vital enzymes, produced mainly in the liver, are missing.
The acidosis of cholera: contributions of hyperproteinemia, lactic acidaemia, and hyperphosphatemia to an increased serum anion gap.