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  1. ... of catecholamines and catecholamine metabolites (i.e., norepinephrine, epinephrine, metanephrine, and vanillylmandelic acid) in 24-hour urine collections or plasma. In the past, measurement of urinary catecholamines was considered the preferred biochemical ...
  2. ... sample can include any of the following: Epinephrine (adrenaline) and its major ... Note: (1) Measurement of fractionated metanephrine concentrations in plasma or urine ...
  3. ... based treatment. 82 , 140 , 154 One study used measurements of platelet reactivity from both assays (used separately) 140 ; one study used a combination of collagen and epinephrine, and collagen and ADP, to assess aspirin and ...
  4. ... wave abnormalities [ Zhang et al 2000 ]. QTc interval measurement during change from supine to standing position [ Viskin et al 2010 ] Intravenous pharmacologic provocation testing (e.g., with epinephrine), which may be helpful by demonstrating inappropriate prolongation ...
  5. ... A., Simpson, A., Webb, K., Custovic, A., Should adrenaline auto-injectors be ... a home measurement monitoring program for cystic fibrosis, Journal of Chronic ...
  6. ... Schwankhaus et al 1994 ]. Orthostatic hypotension has prompted measurements of catecholamines. Blood norepinephrine levels are in the low normal range and drop further when individuals with ADLD stand. In 24-hour urine samples excretion of epinephrine was low [ Eldridge et al 1984 ]. Peripheral nerve ...
  7. NLM Digital Collections - MEDLARS indexing : integrated authority file 
    Publication: [Bethesda, Md.] : National Library of Medicine, Bibliographic Services Division, 1968
    ... and atabrine Index MALARIA *drug therapy (IM) (68) EPINEPHRINE *therapeutic use (IM) (68) QUININE ���therapeutic use (IM) (f>n) QUINACRINE ���therapeutic use (IM) (6 a) ascorbate dilution technic (El) (Prov) (68) indicator dilution technic continuous measurement of ascorbic acid injected into the blood stream ...
  8. Dopamine - urine test; Epinephrine - urine test; Adrenalin - urine test; Urine metanephrine; Normetanephrine; Norepinephrine - urine test; Urine catecholamines; VMA; HVA; Metanephrine; Homovanillic acid (HVA)
  9. The normal range for epinephrine is 0 to 140 pg/mL (764.3 pmol/L). The normal ... Talk to your provider about the meaning of your specific test results.
  10. ... warming usually recovers muscle strength. Stress/excitement/fear/epinephrine. In ~12%. Stress, excitement, or fear results in the body producing epinephrine, which makes episodes of paralysis more likely in ...
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