Gipervalinemiya

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  • Gipervalinemiya. Causes
  • Manifestations gipervalinemii
  • gipervalinemii Treatment



  • Causes

    Hereditary disease caused by deficiency valintransferazy with increasing valine concentration in the blood and urine;


    Manifestations gipervalinemii

    GipervalinemiyaThe most toxic (poisonous) effectIt is the central nervous system, which manifests itself in the form of vomiting, lethargy, muscle spasms, nystagmus (eye movements). The child lags behind in growth and weight later begins to hold head, sit. Without treatment, there comes a steady decline in intelligence.


    gipervalinemii Treatment

    The principle of treatment is that the dose valinenutritional 75-100 did not exceed 1 mg per kg body weight. Against the background of such treatment quickly disappear vomiting, the child begins to gain weight and develop normally. Studies of electrical activity of the brain in dynamics can serve as a criterion of efficiency of such a diet.

    Valine content in the products (in grams per 100 grams of product):

    1. Milk female - 0.072.

    2. Milk cow - 0.189.

    3. Kefir - 0.183.

    4. Cottage cheese - 0.695.

    5. Eggs - 0.895.

    6. Meat Beef - 1,156.

    7. Meat Chicken - 1,024.

    8. Beef Liver - 0.987.

    9. Cod - 0.929.

    10 Rice groats - 0.425.

    11. Semolina - 0.386.

    12 Buckwheat - 0.343.

    13. oat groats - 0.384.

    14. Millet - 0.333.

    15. Pearl barley - 0.313.

    16. Peas - 0.804.

    17. Wheat flour - 0.387.

    18. Pasta - 0.412.

    19. Rye bread - 0.062.

    20. Bread, wheat - 0.286.

    21. Cookies - 0.054.

    22. Potatoes - 0.090.

    23. Carrots - 0,053.

    24. Cabbage - 0,053.

    25. Tomatoes - 0.018.

    26. Oranges - 0,013.

    27. Lemons - 0,014.

    28. Apple juice - 0.012.

    29. Orange Juice - 0.011.

    30. Lemon juice - 0.016.

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