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[good-old-gallery id=”3517″] We attended some 27 people among which were attended by Dr. Javier de las Heras and commercial Josu SHS laboratories. The talk began at 12 hours which Dr. Aldamiz made ??a comparison of what is a blockage in the acidemias. He did it with a trailer on the highway you have to find that hole you left when you cross or scissors to make passing the other cars. In acidemias are meeting new complications that were not described as patients were only pediatric age, as these patients get older is when they get to know these new complications. Clinically are: metabolic diseases intermediate metabolic pathways closely related to each nonspecific symptoms for each disease Symptoms of disease groups clinical biochemical screening criteria. Intoxication is an accumulation of different compounds intracellular metabolic block next to it creates: aminoacidopathies organic acidurias deficiencies of the urea cycle energy deficit deficiency in…

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[good-old-gallery id=”3504″] On Saturday April 27 Dr. Aldamiz we gave a talk on “Self Management of adult fenilcetonúrico” in the room Ganekogorta Cruces University Hospital. The talk began about 11 h 45 min and 30 families attended the various pathologies. The talk was nice, pleasant and familiar. We made a small introduction telling a little history of phenylketonuria. Phenylketonuria or PKU its acronym in English, was identified in 1934 by Folling, which saw high levels of Phe cause of mental retardation. In 1949 Bickel began to treat these patients successfully with a low protein diet. In 1963 Guthrie measure development technique impregnated cardboard Phe levels. The consequences of increased levels cause white matter damage, oxidative damage, impaired brain LNAA incorporation and other unknown effects, the prevalence is 1:20,000. The diet is low in protein-free amino acids Phe, Tyr supplemented with vitamins, trace elements, essential fatty acids and low protein foods.…

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[good-old-gallery id=”3462″] On March 16 we met a few families in the shelter of the grove and made ??our first cooking workshop this year. This time the cooks were: Viky, I made some great vegetable dumplings, Mary made ??a hash oeuvres Bego Yuca and we prepared a scrumptious omelette, all with ingredients that our kids can consume, ie low in protein. The workshop was attended by about 15 families of the association and then taking advantage of the hostel we were all cooked to eat and of course, for parents, some great beans from La Arboleda. The day was very nice and we enjoyed it as a family. The kids had a great time, looking forward to our next. We leave the recipes for that to take a look! Omelette ingredients: 100 g potato 10 gr onion 12 mg egg 30 gr cornstarch 5g royal water Once cooked potato and…

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Sorry, this entry is only available in European Spanish and Basque.

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