There was no significant (p>0.05) differences in calcium balance
among experimental groups (Table 3).
Heaney, "Calcium balance
during human growth: evidence for threshold behavior," American Journal Clinical Nutrition, vol.
In dialysis patients with low bone turnover whose plasma PTH levels are <150pg/mL (16.5pmol/L) and with preexisting severe vascular and/or other soft tissue calcifications, negative calcium balance
Our study explains a significant effect of phototherapy on the calcium balance
in a term neonate with jaundice, receiving phototherapy.
Too much parathyroid hormone disturbs body's normal calcium balance
and increases the amount of calcium in the blood stream.
* An observational study assessed the safety, efficacy and effect on calcium balance
Dr Wermers says: "The ability to maintain calcium balance
worsens, and bone loss accelerates after 50 years of age.
Wide PPs were observed in these patients during the 9 months of observation, denoting persistent arterial stiffness suggestive of an increase in calcium balance
. [P R Health Sci J 2015;34:93-97]
Alcohol inhibits calcium absorption and disrupts your body's calcium balance
in a number of ways.
The drug made proteins turn on or off when they should not turn on and off, which started a chain reaction of other disturbances in the molecular network around the proteins, such as changes in metabolism and calcium balance
. ( ANI )
A negative calcium balance
had set in over the years, they all
Oceanside, NY, June 13, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The skin is the body's largest organ and when it soaks up the sun, it helps produce Vitamin D, which is vital to maintaining a healthy calcium balance
, immunity, blood pressure and insulin secretion.
This finding implicates calcium balance
in all 5 disorders.
Calcium removal from the bones in the formation of the eggshell at the beginning of the laying phase causes the pullets to be in a negative calcium balance
(MORGAN; MITCHEL, 1938), which cannot be relieved by increasing the level of dietary calcium (HURWITZ; GRIMINGER, 1960).
Therefore women were more likely to have achieved calcium balance
and stable calcium levels long before the study, and the effect of calcium supplements became less profound," the investigators wrote.