Shows Distribution of Study Subjects According to Aetiology of First Seizure Unprovoked seizure 31.7% Developmental anomalies of 10.5% Cerebral haemorrhage Cerebral trauma 1.7% Presumed genetic (benign) 1.7% CNS infection 33.3% Febrile seizure 14.0% Metabolic (hypocalcemic
) 3.5% Note: Table made from pie chart.
However, no resistant hypocalcemic
patients were reported in these studies.
The serum biochemical changes in sub-clinical hypocalcemic
cows are presented in Table 1.
He was incidentally found to be severely hypocalcemic
to 2.7 mg/dl with EKG showing a prolonged QTC interval to 525 ms.
published a case of hypocalcemic
tetany resulting in bilateral QTR and unilateral TTR, but this is considered a spontaneous and not a traumatic tendon rupture .
Delivery may lead to a precipitous increase in maternal serum calcium levels, as calcium that was previously shunted to the fetus now remains in maternal circulation [1, 3] Additionally, in the absence of maternal calcium, the neonate may experience a significant hypocalcemic
crisis as neonatal PTH levels are suppressed and the previously maternally supplied calcium is abruptly removed [3-5].
tetany: a simple bedside marker of poor outcome in acute pancreatitis," Annals of Gastroenterology, vol.
Supply with calcium and/or vitamin D was decided by the hypocalcemic
symptom or biochemical hypocalcemia.
principle and recurrent laryngeal nerve injury as factors affecting the response to parathyroidectomy in rats.
The QTC interval was prolonged in two of four children who developed hypokalemia and in only one of three children who were hypocalcemic
. There was no significant correlation between QTc prolongation and electrolyte changes.
Early diagnosis of hypercalcemia by hydration and treatment with agents - to decrease serum calcium concentrations - also known as hypocalcemic
drugs can produce symptomatic improvements within three to five days.