Recent Examples on the WebThe integrity of red blood cells relies on a host of factors, and G6PD activity is one of them; a deficiency of this red cell enzyme is infamously associated with red cell destruction (hemolysis) if an individual has eaten fava beans.
New York Times, 23 Oct. 2020 If left untreated, bites can cause hemolysis (rupturing of red blood cells); kidney failure can also occur.
Christina Oehler, Health.com, 26 Aug. 2019 In severe cases, preeclampsia can devolve into HELLP syndrome, which ACOG explains stands for hemolysis (damage to red blood cells), elevated liver enzymes (a sign of liver damage), and low platelet count (cells that help your blood clot).
Patia Braithwaite, SELF, 30 July 2019
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