Results The levels of plasma ionized calcium and serum phosphorus were elevated ( P <0.001, P <0.05) with increased urinary excretion of calcium and phosphorus as compared with the controls ( P <0.001, P <0.05), indicating a negative calcium and phosphorus balance in hyperthyroidism patients.
The serum calcium level was estimated in the two groups on admission, the seventh day and fourteenth day respectively. Results Serum free calcium levels were ( 0.78 ± 0.10 ), ( 0.72 ± 0.13 ) and ( 0.56 ± 0.09 ) mmo1/L, respectively, in the 18 cases with mild HIE, 30 cases with moderate HIE and 16 cases with severe HIE.
The measurement of ionized calcium was much more sensitive and accurate than the total calcium assay with the positive rate of 95.3% and 73.4% respectively. The concentration of plasma iPTH was high in the whole group(n=84),the mean value was 21.4±17.9 times higher than that of the normal control group.
METHODOLOGY 20 patients with chronic renal failure and 3 with acute renal failure were included in this trial. Trisodium citrate solution of 1 6 mol/L was applied to the 23 patients undergoing standard calcium containing bicarbonate dialysis. Standard hollow fiber capillary dialyzer were used.
Results Both PA and PB caused increased content of plasma phosphorus,decreased levels of blood and intracellular free calcium companied with reduced platelet aggregation rate when total plasma calcium was normal,the similar serious damages in visceral organs and mortalities(about 60%)within 7 days after burns.