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  • noun medicine Alternative spelling of hypocalcemia.

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  • noun abnormally low level of calcium in the blood; associated with hypoparathyroidism or kidney malfunction or vitamin D deficiency

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  • Ash falls may be poisonous to livestock and result in clinical diseases, including hypocalcaemia, fluorosis, forestomach and intestinal damage, and secondary metabolic disorders.

    Volcanic Ash—Effects on Agriculture and Mitigation Strategies

  • Ash falls may be poisonous to livestock and result in clinical diseases, including hypocalcaemia, fluorosis, forestomach and intestinal damage, and secondary metabolic disorders.

    Volcanic Ash—Effects on Agriculture and Mitigation Strategies

  • Severe hypocalcaemia and anaemia are noted and renal failure follows.

    Chapter 5

  • Dollahite et al. (1966) recommended the use of well-balanced supplementary feed to which calcium hydroxide had been added at a rate of 15% by weight (reducing to a minimum of 10% if the higher rate resulted in acceptability problems) to counteract the characteristic hypocalcaemia associated with oak toxicity.

    Chapter 5

  • Of the adverse events most likely related to the treatments, hypocalcaemia (very low calcium concentrations) occurred in 13 percent of patients taking denosumab and in 6 percent of those taking zoledronic acid, while osteonecrosis of the jaw (a debilitating destruction of bone tissue) occurred in 2 percent of the denosumab group and 1 percent of the zoledronic acid group.

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  • Of the adverse events most likely related to the treatments, hypocalcaemia (very low calcium concentrations) occurred in 13 percent of patients taking denosumab and in 6 percent of those taking zoledronic acid, while osteonecrosis of the jaw (a debilitating destruction of bone tissue) occurred in 2 percent of the denosumab group and 1 percent of the zoledronic acid group.

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  • Precautions: Treat hypocalcaemia and other disturbances of bone and mineral metabolism before starting Bonviva.

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  • She said past evidence showed that taking supplements coincided with a much lower incidence of diseases such as infantile hypocalcaemia, also known as William's syndrome, which affects development, and rickets, which weakens bones.

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  • Serious adverse reactions include hypocalcaemia (low calcium levels in the blood), serious infections, including infections of the skin, and dermatologic reactions such as dermatitis, rashes, and eczema.

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  • The initial trial reported no significant adverse affects, no hypocalcaemia, and no drug-exposure related discontinuation.

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