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Where methemoglobinemia occurs and methemoglobin levels exceed 30%
Meeuwsen-Van Der Roest, "Absorption spectra of human fetal and adult oxyhemoglobin, de-oxyhemoglobin, carboxyhemoglobin and methemoglobin," Clinical Chemistry, vol.
The use of hemolysate addition as a way of investigating the effect of hemolysis is in our view at least, much better than just adding methemoglobin as an interferent as most vendors do [15].
Some of them, specifically methemoglobin and S-nitrosohemoglobin, play a significant role in oxidative/antioxidative processes.
Methemoglobin is converted to hemoglobin in the liver by means of glucuronic acid, the synthesis of which requires methionine.
A methemoglobin level was then collected which returned with elevated levels of 33%.
Benzocaine has been linked to a rare, but serious, condition called methemoglobin.
Since the blood cytochrome b5 level in young children is half of the level in adults, increase in methemoglobin level may lead to significant hypoxia in the tissues and cells in children (4).
Nitrates in drinking water and methemoglobin levels in pregnancy: a longitudinal study.
Depending on the substance being abused, consider checking methemoglobin and lead levels.