hyperketonemia

hyperketonemia

 [hi″per-ke″to-ne´me-ah]
abnormally increased concentration of ketone bodies in the blood.
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hy·per·ke·to·ne·mi·a

(hī'pĕr-kē'tō-nē'mē-ă),
Elevated concentrations of ketone bodies in the blood.
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hy·per·ke·to·ne·mi·a

(hī'pĕr-kē'tō-nē'mē-ă)
Elevated concentrations of ketone bodies in the blood.
Synonym(s): hyperketonaemia.
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Hyperketonemia

Condition characterized by an overproduction of ketones by the body.
Mentioned in: Diabetic Ketoacidosis
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Short communication: The association of adiponectin and leptin concentrations with prepartum dietary energy supply, parity, body condition, and postpartum hyperketonemia in transition dairy cows.
A new way to produce hyperketonemia: use of ketone ester in a case of Alzheimer's disease.
Hyperketonemia in early lactation dairy cattle: a deterministic estimate of component and total cost per case.
Although there are significant health benefits associated with moderate hyperketonemia whether used for therapy or simply life quality improvement, this state is not easy to attain and maintain without significant planning and dietary sacrifice [23, 24].
The end result of these combined mechanisms is hyperketonemia in the setting of euglycemia [9, 16].
suggest that the mother's hyperketonemia can take part in fetal development during pregnancy [35].
Jain, "Hyperketonemia (acetoacetate) upregulates NADPH oxidase 4 and elevates oxidative stress, ICAM-1, and monocyte adhesivity in endothelial cells," Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry, vol.
These include hemodynamic changes and increased hematocrit that are caused by a diuretic effect or changes in the cardiac fuel metabolism by an improved uptake of [beta]-hydroxybutyrate under conditions of persistent hyperketonemia, all induced by SGLT-2 inhibitors.
However, excessive fat mobilization can induce an imbalance in hepatic carbohydrate and fat metabolism characterized by elevated concentrations of ketone bodies called hyperketonemia (Haelst et al., 2008).
Hyperketonemia induces upregulation of LFA-1 in monocytes, which is mediated by ROS and P38 MAPK activation.