The ammonia level
of the three patients decreased to the normal range (<200 [micro]g/dL) between the 1st and 4th days of the PD treatment, and the patients were given oral sodium benzoate.
Obtaining ammonia levels
is generally not recommended, given the limited utility of a single value in the diagnosis of HE and the nonspecificity of elevated ammonia levels
D's fluctuating level of arousal, orientation, attention, and perceptual disturbances resolve along with restoration of environmental relatedness in setting of normalized ammonia level
to 39 [micro]g/dL.
1] and hydrated lime, the water exhibited lower ammonia levels
compared to treatments with the same density but in which no lime was added; however, the shrimp in the hydrated lime treatment were subjected to a period of fasting prior to the experiment.
Scatter graphs were plotted between the values of serum ammonia level
and liver enzymes, dose of valproic acid and serum ammonia level
, serum valproic acid and serum ammonia level
After the ammonia levels
were normalized, enteral nutrition with protein restriction was initiated.
The diagnosis of hepatic encephalopathy is clinical because the condition develops slowly with sleep disturbance, altered sensorium, tremors, asterixis, hyper-reflexia and decerebrate posturing and coma leading to death in severe cases, however elevated ammonia level
is a classical laboratoty finding in these patients.
The simplest way of reducing ammonia level
in culture system can be effected on exchange of water very often.
The gradually increasing TVOC/ammonia level
in these rooms starting at about August 9 followed by a decrease in the levels at about August 14 and 15 shows the increase in TVOC and ammonia levels
between cage changes.
Jordan's ammonia level
went to 550 (10 times the normal range), which can lead to permanent brain damage.
An inspection by DJB's treatment and quality control wing has revealed that ammonia level
in the Yamuna has risen to a 1.