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Is it possible for hemolysis to cause hypocalcaemia?
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Dr. William Walsh
Addiction Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
It can cause it by directly binding calcium, or the subsequent transfusions can lead to hypocalcemia by binding calcium as well.

In brief: Yes
It can cause it by directly binding calcium, or the subsequent transfusions can lead to hypocalcemia by binding calcium as well.
Dr. William Walsh
Dr. William Walsh
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Dr. Joseph Rank
Pathology
In brief: Hemolysis
Hemolysis may occur in a blood sample sent for testing for various analytes.
Total calcium levels do not appear to be effected by hemoglobin levels in the blood sample.

In brief: Hemolysis
Hemolysis may occur in a blood sample sent for testing for various analytes.
Total calcium levels do not appear to be effected by hemoglobin levels in the blood sample.
Dr. Joseph Rank
Dr. Joseph Rank
Thank
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