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  1. Hypocalcemia can occur as a result of this:
  2. Low CA in Pts d/t Hyperphosphatemia are typically those who have this problem:
  3. Hypercalcemia
  4. When Ca levels go down:
  5. Most patients develop hypocalcemia slowly d/t these:
  6. Hyperkalemia
  7. Hypocalcemia
  8. When Ca levels go up:
  9. Hypernatremia
  10. Hypokalemia
  11. If the fingers and hand spasms and the hand goes into palmar flexion during the Trousseau's test, the result is:
  12. The normal value for serum Ca is this:
  13. What Vitamin aids in Ca absorption?
  14. What gland stimulates the bone to release some of it's stored Ca?
  15. Ca and this mineral have an inverse relationship:
  16. A woman who is postmenopausal is most at risk for this:
  17. Hypocalcemia occurs when the serum Ca level falls below this:
  18. Hyponatremia
  19. This mineral is needed for the proper functioning of excitable tissues (especially cardiac muscle):
  20. These are conditions which can interfere with the production of Parathyroid Hormone:
  21. Minimal changes in Ca level can do this:
  22. This is how many mins to leave the BP cuff on the elbow during a Trousseau's Test (to check for hypoCa):
  23. 'Trousseau' rhymes with this body part where it is done to check for hypocalcemia:
  24. These are the two simple classic tests to assess for hypocalcemia:
  25. Jacque's Cousteau used depth & air gauges. You use a blood pressure gauge to check for this hypocalcemia sign:
  26. Insufficient intake of Vit D can prevent this:
  27. Post-menopausal women lack this hormone that helps prevent bone loss:
  28. When Phosphate levels go up:
  29. Renal failure causes this:
  30. Acute hypocalcemia can occur d/t this:
  31. What disease of the intestines can lead to a decrease in Ca absorbtion?
  32. This is a simple classic way to assess for hypocalcemia:
  33. When Phosphate levels go down:
  1. a weak pulse.
  2. b Chronic disease or poor intake.
  3. c Hyperactive deep tendon reflexes.
  4. d Inadequate absorption of Ca from the intestines (ie: Crohn's Disease).
  5. e Seizures.
  6. f The Parathyroid gland.
  7. g Chvostek's Sign.
  8. h Elbow.
  9. i Phosphate levels go up.
  10. j Osteoporosis
  11. k kidney stones.
  12. l irregular heart rate.
  13. m Calcium.
  14. n 4.5-5.5 mEq/L.
  15. o Phosphate levels go down.
  16. p Calcium absorption.
  17. q Estrogen.
  18. r Positive.
  19. s Trousseau's Sign, Chvostek's Sign.
  20. t Phosphate.
  21. u Renal failure.
  22. v Vitamin D.
  23. w Partial or complete surgical removal of the Thyroid.
  24. x Chronic inflammatory bowel disease.
  25. y Hyperphosphatemia, l/t hypocalcemia.
  26. z Ca levels go up.
  27. aa Acute Pancreatitis.
  28. ab Trousseau's Sign.
  29. ac Ca levels go down.
  30. ad Have major negative effects in the body.
  31. ae 1-4 mins.
  32. af Hypocalcemia.
  33. ag 4.5 mEq/L.