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Synonyms for ammonia

a water solution of ammonia

a pungent gas compounded of nitrogen and hydrogen (NH3)

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The measurement of blood ammonia revealed that it was significantly higher in patients with EV than those without (p<0.001) (Table 1).
PHG is a common manifestation of portal hypertension, and therefore, we aimed at finding out if blood ammonia levels correlate with the presence and severity of portal hypertensive gastropathy in cirrhotic patients.
Preoperative baseline data included age, gender, CTP, MELD score, AST, ALT, and venous blood ammonia level.
The coagulation function, GPT, GOT, TB, blood ammonia and LA levels in ALF patients were significantly higher than those in the healthy participants (all P< 0.05).
Blood ammonia level is strongly correlated with the increased risk of HE and is therefore used as a diagnostic marker for encephalopathy [6].
Changes in blood ammonia, lactate and amino acids in relation to workload during bicycle ergometer exercise in man.
Measurement of plasma osmolarity, plasma Glycine concentration, (Normal level, 13-17 mg/dl), Blood ammonia level (Normal level 5-50 micro mol/L) also important in the diagnosis.
When patients are suffering from liver failure, metabolism slows down, and blood ammonia and other toxicants accumulate in the body.
Blood ammonia level, serum valproic acid level, liver function test, cerebrospinal fluid examination, electroencephalogram and brain imaging of all patients were performed.
To the Editor.--Accurate measurement of blood ammonia is useful in diagnosing inherited disorders of urea metabolism and Reye syndrome and in the differential diagnosis of encephalopathy.
When toxins reach the central nervous system, this condition can result in symptoms ranging in severity from mild cerebral function deficits to coma and characterized by disruption in sleep patterns, changes in personality and intellectual capacity, high blood ammonia levels, altered neuromuscular activity and electroencephalogram (EEG) abnormalities.
A direct colorimetric determination of blood ammonia. Tokushima Journal of Experimental Medicine 12:11-23.
Blood ammonia levels above 200 mcg/dL are associated with cerebral herniation.
However, according to a 2005 review of 15 studies, rifaximin was at least as effective as lactulose and neomycin in improving neurologic symptoms and reducing blood ammonia levels (Rev.
In general, implantation of a new liver results in normalization of blood ammonia concentrations as well as in significant improvements in cognitive function in these patients (Arria et al.