hypercatabolic

hy·per·cat·a·bol·ic

(hī'pĕr-kat'ă-bol'ik),
Pertaining to hypercatabolism.
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This may be caused by extensive weight loss associated with conditions such as anorexia nervosa, malabsorption, hypercatabolic state (burns, major surgeries or malignancy) or severe congestive heart failure leading to cachexia.2 Clinically, it presents with very vague GI symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, epigastric pain, irregular bowel movements and epigastric fullness.3 The diagnosis can be confirmed by radiological findings which gives a clear evidence of bowel obstruction.
Among the most frequent causes of SMA syndrome, the best recognized are an acquired anatomic abnormality occurring after scoliosis surgery, spinal trauma, abdominal surgery (e.g., total proctocolectomy and ileal J-pouch anal anastomosis), burns (since causing a hypercatabolic state), anorexia nervosa, and finally neoplastic diseases and malabsorptive states, which may be related to prolonged wasting conditions [2-6].
ARF in malaria is usually oliguric and hypercatabolic and oliguric phase lasts for a few days to several weeks.
Electrolyte disorders, reduced albumin, hypovolemic shock, renal failure, bacteriemia, insulin resistance, hypercatabolic state and multiorgan failure syndrome may be observed in relation with severe fluid loss and increased catabolism in patients who have extensive epidermal separation (2,13).
Familial hypercatabolic hypoproteinemia caused by deficiency of the neonatal Fc receptor, FcRn, due to a mutant beta2-microglobulin gene.
Chronic excess of endogenous GC, in turn, will induce protein breakdown (chronic hypercatabolic state), thus resulting in hyperuricemic phenotype [30].
Patients should eat small frequent meals with high-protein content to supplement hypercatabolic states.
In the realm of proteomics, a three-amino acid profile detectable in saliva that exploits the hypermetabolic and hypercatabolic nature of cancer was found to have an area under the curve of 0.916 for differentiating women with early breast cancer from unaffected peers (Clin Chim Acta.
In the realm of proteomics, a three--amino acid profile detectable in saliva that exploits the hypermetabolic and hypercatabolic nature of cancer was found to have an area under the curve of 0.916 for differentiating women with early breast cancer from unaffected peers (Clin Chim Acta.
If T2DM is diagnosed at a later stage (protopathic bias), the individual could have lost weight as a result of a hypercatabolic state.
It is known that a hypercatabolic status induced by nutrient deprivation or by CisPt may produce different inclusion bodies as signs of inhibition of two main catabolic systems, ubiquitin-proteasome and autophagylysosome pathways [39].
Contract awarded for B01a0029 calorie formula for oral supplementation 1.5kcal/ml epa hiperproteica 1g 200ml 200ml 20g hypercatabolic patient (ready to manage)