Results 1 - 10 of 18 for ACETAMINOPHEN OR ALCOHOL OR ASPIRIN OR BACITRACIN OR BENZALKONIUM OR BENZOCAINE OR IBUPROFEN OR IODINE OR ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL OR LIDOCAINE OR NEOMYCIN OR POLYMYXIN B OR WATER
  1. ... number of different conditions, including: Hepatitis A Hepatitis B Hepatitis C Alcohol use disorder, which includes alcoholism. Liver cancer Diabetes ...
  2. ... Men usually have higher homocysteine levels than women. Alcohol use Smoking Use of vitamin B supplements If you have questions about your results, ...
  3. ... most often used to: Check the balance between water and certain chemicals in the blood. Find out if you have swallowed a poison such as antifreeze or rubbing alcohol Help diagnose dehydration , a condition in which your ...
  4. ... drinks such as cooked meats, herbal tea, or alcohol Making sure not to overeat ... you may be asked to drink extra water to help keep more fluid in your veins. ...
  5. ... Chronic pancreatitis Pancreatic cancer Eating disorders Cystic fibrosis Alcohol use disorder Recovery from having gallstones removed after ... prepare for the test? You should not drink alcohol for 24 hours before having an amylase blood ...
  6. ... the liver. Cirrhosis is most often caused by alcohol abuse or hepatitis . In severe cases, cirrhosis can ... improve your condition. These steps include: Not drinking alcohol Not taking illegal drugs Eating a healthy diet ...
  7. ... because of: A family history of liver disease Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) Obesity Diabetes Taking certain medicines ...
  8. ... needs medical treatment. Factors such as exercise, diet, alcohol level, medicines, and even a woman's menstrual period ...
  9. ... care provider will clean your baby's heel with alcohol and poke the heel with a small needle. ...
  10. ... Vomiting or diarrhea that lasts a long time Alcohol use disorder (AUD) , which can cause alcoholic ketoacidosis ...
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