The Effect of Eclampsia on Gamma-Glutamyl Transferase Activity and some Bichemicals
Rafidain Journal of Science,
2012, Volume 23, Issue 8, Pages 68-78
AbstractThe research included estimation of gamma-glutamyl transferase activity and total protein, albumin, globulin, heamoglubin, packed red cell volume ratio and electrolytes sodium, potassium in (30) pregnant women complication Eclampsia within gestational period first, second and third trimester, aging between (15-45) years, as well as in (30) pregnant women as control with similar age.
The results showed significant decrease in the activity of gamma-glutamyl transferase in the second and third trimester, and significant decrease in concentration of total protein, albumin, haemoglubin, pack red cell volume and sodium at first, second and third trimester comparison to control group.
According to correlation coefficient, the result showed that direct significant correlation between gamma-glutamyl transferase activity and protein concentration in the first trimester and direct significant correlation between gamma-glutamyl transferase activity and concentration of sodium level in the second trimester.
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