Translation of uric acid in Spanish:

uric acid

ácido úrico, n.

Pronunciation: ///ˌjʊrɪk ˈæsəd/

noun

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    ácido úrico masculine
    • In healthy birds, uric acid is excreted by the kidneys and is seen as the white material in their droppings.
    • Excess protein can help form uric acid, which can contribute to gout, and since it is stored as fat, it can contribute to obesity, heart diseases and other conditions.
    • Although gout is associated in many people's minds with too much port and red meat, the commonest cause is a fault in the kidneys which results in a build-up of the waste product uric acid.
    • The chief constituent of these wastes is urea, though ammonia, uric acid, creatinine, and a host of other waste products also are present.
    • Since then, I am supposed to be on a low protein, low uric acid, low oxalate diet.
    • This is a metabolic disorder whereby excess uric acid in the blood gets deposited in joints.
    • Patients receiving the two-drug regimen also had a complete blood count and measurement of uric acid and creatinine levels after one month of treatment.
    • Some causes of impaired excretion of uric acid are also known.
    • One of the main functions of the kidneys is the removal from the body of waste products such as urea, uric acid, and creatinine.
    • Birds lack a bladder, and they excrete uric acid in the form of solid white crystals, rather than urea in a water solution.
    • The article mentions that liver should not be had on a regular basis by those who are prone to gout because it is an excretory organ and high in uric acid.
    • The waste products of protein metabolism are urea and to a lesser extent uric acid and creatinine.
    • It also showed that milk proteins increase the excretion or uric acid in the urine.
    • Additionally, there is an elevation in blood glucose and uric acid production.
    • In a variety of birds, blood plasma uric acid concentrations were correlated with protein oxidation measured by excreted nitrogen.
    • Compared with rats fed a control diet, those on the high-fructose diet experienced a rise in uric acid in the bloodstream and developed insulin resistance.
    • Continue to stay away from alcohol and coffee, because they accelerate the breakdown of protein into uric acid.
    • In addition, uric acid, cholesterol and several mineral and vitamin concentrations were also evaluated.
    • Urate in blood plasma is a precursor of these uric acid crystals.
    • The increase in uric acid and urea, but not albumin, suggested that air pollution induced only a mild inflammatory reaction in urban, but not suburban, children.