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Serum kinetics of ionized fluoride and abnormalities of urinary parameters after single intravenous injection of hydrofluoric acid in rats.
Harmful systemic effects were studied 1 hour after acute sub-lethal exposure to hydrofluoric acid (HFA) in previous study. This study was designed to investigate the early dynamic state of F in blood and urine in rats as a model of accidental occupational exposure to HFA. It was also designed to
Correlative study of fluoride content in urine, serum and urinary calculi
Fluoride content was measured in 100 urinary stones retrieved by open surgery of stone formers admitted at PGIMS Rohtak and their respective urine and serum and compared with those of healthy individuals. The concentration of fluoride was also measured in the sources of drinking water of these stone formers. The
Serum and urine fluoride concentration: relationships to age, sex and renal function in a non-fluoridated population
Serum and urine fluoride levels were determined in 250 healthy subjects (15-90 years, 122 men and 128 women) residing in Catalonia, Spain, and in 150 patients (20-81 years, 84 men and 66 women) with chronic renal failure undergoing regular dialysis treatment, living in the same geographical area, to determine normal
Plasma and water fluoride levels and hyperuricemia among adolescents: A cross-sectional study of a nationally representative sample of the United States for 2013–2016.
Highlights Relatively low levels of fluoride exposure in US adolescents but with wide ranges. Dose-dependent increase in prevalence of hyperuricemia with increasing fluoride levels. Significant associations between plasma and water fluoride and hyperuricemia. A positive relationship between water and plasma fluoride concentrations. Potential role of chronic fluoride exposure in
Ionic serum fluoride concentrations and age in a low-fluoride community
Some previous studies indicate extra fluoride retention in human bones caused by severe renal insufficiency. Plasma and serum fluoride concentrations may also be elevated in a fluoridated community. The results from low-fluoride areas are less consistent. The first aim of the present study was thus to test the relation between
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