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TPN,

in biochemistry, abbreviation for triphosphopyridine nucleotide, a coenzymecoenzyme
, any one of a group of relatively small organic molecules required for the catalytic function of certain enzymes. A coenzyme may either be attached by covalent bonds to a particular enzyme or exist freely in solution, but in either case it participates intimately in
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 now usually called nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate, or NADP.

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Of 307 patients with septic shock who were admitted to the ICU during the study period, 118 (38%) patients with hepatic dysfunction, defined as a serum total bilirubin >34.2 [micro]mol/l (2 mg/dl) (13), were ultimately included in the analysis.
We compared the viral load in these specimens with the presence or absence of diarrhea, oxygen desaturation, mechanical ventilation, lymphopenia, hepatic dysfunction, abnormal urinalysis findings, and death rate by chi-square or Fisher exact test for categorical variables and by Mann-Whitney U test for continuous variables.
Complications of Dengue Fever Complications Patients (N=100) No associated Complications 57 Hepatic dysfunction 23 Renal failure 14 Multiorgan failure 2 Encephalitis 2 ARDS 2 Symptoms of Dengue Fever Bleeding tendency 5 Skin rash 8 Breathlessness 20 Abdominal pain 39 Vomitings 62 Myalgia 90 Headache 93 Fever 100 Note: Table made from bar graph.
(6) have previously addressed significant differences for pharmacokinetic parameters of amikacin when using the GFR values predicted by sCr and CysC in the Abbott PKS program in patients with hepatic dysfunction. As might be expected, in our patient the prediction of amikacin predose concentration on the 13th day was more accurate when the estimations were carried out by entering the CKD-[EPI.sub.Cys].
Abdominal CT: Abdominal CT was taken within one week after the manifestation of the symptoms or signs of abdominal distress, especially abdominal pain, or hepatic dysfunction with fever.
Complications in severe malaria are either sequestration related such as cerebral malaria, renal dysfunction, hepatic dysfunction and ARDS or non sequestration related including anemia or thrombocytopenia9-11.
Contraindications included diabetes, peptic ulcer disease, renal or hepatic dysfunction, connective tissue disease, malignant hypertension, HIV infection, or immunosuppression.
Terbinafine has been associated with serious hepatic dysfunction: Fatalities have occurred, although most have been in patients with preexisting liver disease.
Hypocomplementemia secondary to hepatic dysfunction may have enhanced the patient's susceptibility to meningococcal infection.
His illness was diagnosed as hepatic dysfunction secondary to chaparral ingestion.
Hepatic dysfunction was observed in both classic dengue and severe forms DHF and DSS.