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factors influencing liver function tests in post partum period

M Fürll, B Fürll
Starting on the 7th day post partum, 200 mg prednisolone were given daily to four healthy cows over a period of five days in order to examine how fat metabolism and liver function were influenced. Samples of blood and urine were taken daily as well as liver biopsies on the third and fifth day. These findings in the cows of the experimental group were compared to those in the four untreated cows (control group). Prednisolone induced a significant increase in glucose and insulin serum concentrations and a decrease of FFA and bilirubin concentrations as well as lipid and rising glycogen concentrations in the liver...
September 1998: Tierärztliche Praxis. Ausgabe G, Grosstiere/Nutztiere
B E Dahlgren
Blood urea content and the serum concentrations of sodium, creatinine, uric acid, glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase (g.o.t.), glutamic pyruvate transaminase (g.p.t.) and bilirubin were measured before delivery, on the 2nd and 3rd days and on the 5th day after delivery. In two groups of mothers, one receiving nitrous oxide analgesia and the other a combination of nitrous oxide and methoxyflurane, blood urea and serum sodium and g.o.t. were increased following labour and nitrous oxide analgesia; s.g.p.t. was increased only in the late post-partum period...
December 1977: British Journal of Anaesthesia
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