bilirubinemia

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bilirubinemia

[¦bil·ə‚rü·bə′nē·mē·ə]
(medicine)
The presence of bilirubin in the blood.
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We therefore do not recommend checking the TSB level for rebound bilirubinaemia.
Although demonstration of bilirubinuria and urobilinogenuria in malaria patients may be a big relief for clinicians working in malaria endemic resource-limited countries as they may be of diagnostic and prognostic value as surrogate markers of bilirubinaemia, the clinical utility of rapid testing for bilirubin and urobilinogen in urine need to be confirmed in future studies.
The most spectacular results of the nutritional therapy with the liver protecting product were noted in dogs with light liver insufficiency:-- normalization of bilirubinaemia (from 0.8-1 mg/dl to 0.3-0.5 mg/dl) (figure 1);--normalization ALT transaminase (alaninaminotransferase (from 69-85 U/l to 33-51.5 U/l) (figure 2);-- normalization of the alkaline phosphatase ALP (from 100-115 U/l to 60-94 U/l) (figure 3).
Referral to a paediatrician is therefore recommended for any infant with unconjugated bilirubinaemia when the total bilirubin is greater than 200micromol/l.
Hyper bilirubinaemia was the resultant of both intravascular and extravascular haemolysis (Irwin and Hutchinson, 1991).