blood electrolytes

blood electrolytes

Simple inorganic compounds in solution in the blood that form charged particles called IONS. The concentration of ions is critical for normal body function and the movement of ions is fundamental to much of the basic functioning of all the cells of the body. Measurement of blood electrolytes is therefore an important investigation in many conditions.
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Blood gas analysis, creatine phosphokinase (CK), myoglobin, cardiac troponin I (cTnI), liver and renal function, blood electrolytes, and coagulation function were continuously monitored.
Post-mortem examinations did not include systematic tests for toxicology, blood electrolytes or blood sugar.
It said examinations that were conducted by Alder Hey pathologists did not include systematic testing for toxicology, blood electrolytes or blood sugar after death.
You and your doctor should carefully monitor your blood pressure, blood electrolytes (including potassium) and watch for fluid accumulation or heart failure.
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Her spleen was non-palpable and urine glucose was positive (4+) without ketonuria; however, blood electrolytes, lipids, and pH levels were within normal limits; therefore, they were related to honey ingestion during the very early MDMP administration.
Results showed that he did not complain of any symptoms related to the upper or lower gastro-intestinal tract and had neither vertigo (dizziness) nor diplopia (double vision) or blurring of vision, as blood tests showed normal renal function and blood electrolytes and a normal serum uric acid level, the doctors added.
Urine dipstix, renal function tests, blood electrolytes, full blood count and C-reactive protein were normal.
With Percorten-V, blood electrolytes should be tested at day 14 and then at day 25," says Andrews.
Blood electrolytes did not vary significantly from the baseline values among the 3 groups of birds during the period of observation (120 minutes).
Pediatric reference ranges for arterial pH, whole blood electrolytes and glucose [Abstract].
An enlarged heart not due to CAD (nonischemic dilated cardiomyopathy), therapeutic drugs, drugs of abuse, abnormal blood electrolytes (especially potassium), low oxygen levels (hypoxia), and hypothermia can cause cardiac arrest.