electrolyte metabolism

e·lec·tro·lyte me·tab·o·lism

the chemical changes that various essential minerals (for example, sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium) undergo in the tissues.
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Mineral and Electrolyte Metabolism 1991; 18: 365-9.
Interestingly, though, I would guess that most of you are like me in that, even though you are well aware of this factor and many of its physiologic functions, you are comparatively unaware of its role in fluid and electrolyte metabolism and acid/alkaline balance.
Kirschenbaum, "Renal magnesium wasting associated with therapeutic agents," Mineral and Electrolyte Metabolism, vol.
Treatment requires multidisciplinary approach.1 Treatment with calcium and vitamin D analogs must be avoided, strict control of electrolyte metabolism must be ensured, parathyroidectomy might be carried out, and meticulous surgical intervention and wound care must be given.1,5 Biphosphonates, phosphate binders, cinacalcet and sodium thiosulfate may be used.4
Electrolyte metabolism in kidney diseases and other diseases is a subject of modern physiology and medicine.
Clinical Disorders of Fluid and Electrolyte Metabolism. 2nd Ed., McGrow Hill Book Co., New York, USA.
Smogorzewski, "Role of elevated cytosolic calcium in the pathogenesis of complications in diabetes mellitus," Mineral and Electrolyte Metabolism, vol.
Of the 17 articles, under "postoperative care following transsphenoidal pituitary surgery," only three articles met inclusion criteria and addressed SIADH and DI, water and electrolyte metabolism disturbances, and management after pituitary tumor surgery.
The system of regulatory mechanisms of human body in response to the changes of the renal functions is accompanied by the whole cascade of changes in metabolic processes that lead to the hemodynamic and microcirculation disorders, disruption of detoxification properties and disorder in electrolyte metabolism (Celik, Silinou, Vo-Van, Jean, and Chazot, 2012).
Studies on electrolyte metabolism in idiopathic and thyrotoxic periodic paralysis.
[Etiology of water and electrolyte metabolism imbalance following the rupture of cerebral aneurysms--with special reference to preoperative condition].
Pseudohypoaldosteronism (PHA) refers to a heterogeneous group of disorders of electrolyte metabolism characterised by an apparent state of renal tubular unresponsiveness or resistance to the action of aldosterone.1 There are two types of familial disorders in this disease.

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