acidemia


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acidemia

[‚as·ə′dēm·ē·ə]
(medicine)
A condition in which the pH of the blood falls below normal.
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Evidence is emerging that the five-tier system of interpreting fetal heart rate patterns is manageable and reduces acidemia.
A broad variety of defects in vitamin B12 processing, known as cobalaminopathies, can lead to disorders with a biochemical overlap with methylmalonic acidemia.
There were 38 stillbirths, 48 cases of acidemia, 97 neonatal morbidities, and 32 deaths.
Propionic (PA) and methylmalonic (MMA) acidemias are inborn errors of the metabolism of several important amino acids, the side chain of the cholesterol molecule, and dietary odd chain-length fatty acids.
Diagnosis of isovaleric acidemia requires a high degree of clinical suspicion.
The natural history of the inherited methylmalonic acidemias.
There were no cases of missed fetal acidemia, and no evidence that U.
Conditions for which this effect has been demonstrated are: glutaric aciduria II, methyl malonic aciduria, propionic acidemia, and medium chain fatty acylCoA dehydrogenase deficiency.
EP listened and presents this feature on 22q11 deletion syndrome, isovaleri acidemia, Ohio syndrome, and Rett syndrome with each article authored by the parents who know these diseases intimately, from their personal experience in caring for their children.
However, with chronic lung disease such as COPD, carbon dioxide retention and chronic acidemia often co-exist with chronic hypoxemia, and intensify the pulmonary hypertension.
It is thought that chronic acidemia associated with chronic renal disease degenerates tendons.