lipemia


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lipemia

[li′pē·mē·ə]
(medicine)
The presence of a fine emulsion of fatty substance in the blood. Also known as lipidemia; lipoidemia.
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HDL above 40 and triglycerides below 200 are usually considered to be healthy, though there's some concern that problems like smaller, denser LDL and postprandial lipemia start at triglyceride levels of 150.
Interference from lipemia can significantly impede accurate analysis of a variety of laboratory tests independent of instrumentation or manufacturer.
hemolysis, and lipemia will likely interfere in the measurement.
She then covers the preanalytical phase of measurement, including factors influencing test results, such as sampling the blood, use of anticoagulants and other tube additives, and typical interference like lipemia, hyperbilirubinemia, and paraproteinemia; natural antibodies in serum or plasma samples; interference in relation to assay format and methods for detection, elimination, and reduction; and recommendations for improving patient safety.
Lyophilized carrot ingestion lowers lipemia and beneficially affects cholesterol metabolism in cholesterol-fed C57BL/6J mice.
2008) Adding carbohydrate to a high-fat meal blunts postprandial lipemia in women and reduces meal-derived fatty acids in systemic circulation.
Sample Integrity Analysis for hemolysis, icterus, and lipemia, offering automatic, customer-programmable sample integrity analysis and documentation without negatively compromising throughput and removing all subjectivity from result integrity
20) Only samples free of lipemia were used in reference interval generation.
The combination of lipemia and hemolysis caused the plasma's strawberry milk appearance.
The effect of short-term glycemic regulation with gliclazide and metformin on postprandial lipemia.
Kalache et al went on to test 60 samples for hemoglobin and then spiked the samples with lipids to simulate lipemia.