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az·o·tem·ic

(az'ō-tēm'ik),
Relating to azotemia.

az·o·tem·ic

(ā'zō-tēm'ik)
Relating to azotemia.
Synonym(s): azotaemic.
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Effects of Exogenous EPO on the Diabetic Eye CONDITION MODEL TREATMENT RESULTS Patient 1: Right eye Diabetes Human 5 azotemic anemic acuity went from pre-end stage renal 20/200 to 20/60; disease diabetic exudates went from subjects were ETDRS grade of 5 treated with EPO for to 3 1 year for anemia.
Other names that have been used to describe calciphylaxis include uremic gangrene syndrome (Edwards, Jaffe, Arrowsmith, & Henderson, 2000), metastatic calcinosis, azotemic calcific arteriopathy, and intimal hyperplasia, but the most functional term may be the more recent vascular calcification-cutaneous necrosis syndrome (Flanigan et al., 1998).
uremic gangrene syndrome, metastatic calcinosis, and azotemic calcific arteriopathy only.
Studies with dogs and cats involving the XRF instrument indicated dosages of 300 mg I/kg would be sufficient to attain serum I >40 mg/L at the later time points for azotemic animals, but nonazotemic dogs and cats may require higher dosages (400 and 600 mg/kg, respectively) [9].
Effect of captopril on heavy proteinuria in azotemic diabetics.
Observations on decreased serum glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase (SGOT) activity in azotemic patients.