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You can create a number of looks from the simple base used to create them — the ponytail. The simplicity of your protective hairstyles is what helps you to further retain length due to using much less manipulation to create them.
The following 3 hairstyles are achieved by setting the hair in a bun with either a banana clip or satin scrunchie in different locations on the head.
Then I added different hair accessories for accent. It pays to live in NY. I can find virtually any type of hair accessory around.
There are so many spots to buy them. Of course, there are those that are a lot more pricey but I purchase those few and far between and, only wear them on special occassions.
Hey thanks for commenting and following. Where can I get some of your products??? I plan to visit with you often too! I really love 4 and 5 pictures.
Is that the style you where talking about before with using your hair to braid? I braid with my own hair though. Oh we gotta talk about this curly girl method.
I did it this weekend and while i noticed my ends were good, it took my hair too long to dry. Yes, I read the book and the method is great, but so time consuming.
My curls looked great too. Do you think that the drying process is due to the conditioner? I am however switching the conditioner.
Yes, I read the book. In the more specific enzymatic methods, the enzyme urease converts urea to ammonia and carbonic acid. These products, which are proportional to the concentration of urea in the sample, are assayed in a variety of systems, some of which are automated.
The Astra system measures the rate of increase in conductivity of the solution in which urea is hydrolyzed. Even though the test is now performed mostly on serum, the term BUN is still retained by convention.
The specimen should not be collected in tubes containing sodium fluoride because the fluoride inhibits urease. Also chloral hydrate and guanethidine have been observed to increase BUN values.
This reaction is nonspecific and subject to interference from many noncreatinine chromogens, including acetone, acetoacetate, pyruvate, ascorbic acid, glucose, cephalosporins, barbiturates, and protein.
It is also sensitive to pH and temperature changes. One or another of the many modifications designed to nullify these sources of error is used in most clinical laboratories today.
For example, the recent kinetic-rate modification, which isolates the brief time interval during which only true creatinine contributes to total color formation, is the basis of the Astra modular system.
One of these, an automated dry-slide enzymatic method, measures ammonia generated when creatinine is hydrolyzed by creatinine iminohydrolase.
Its simplicity, precision, and speed highly recommend it for routine use in the clinical laboratory. Only 5-fluorocytosine interferes significantly with the test.
Creatinine must be determined in plasma or serum and not whole blood because erythrocytes contain considerable amounts of noncreatinine chromogens.
To minimize the conversion of creatine to creatinine, specimens must be as fresh as possible and maintained at pH 7 during storage.
The amount of urea produced varies with substrate delivery to the liver and the adequacy of liver function. It is increased by a high-protein diet, by gastrointestinal bleeding based on plasma protein level of 7.
It is decreased by low-protein diet, malnutrition or starvation, and by impaired metabolic activity in the liver due to parenchymal liver disease or, rarely, to congenital deficiency of urea cycle enzymes.
The normal subject on a 70 g protein diet produces about 12 g of urea each day. This newly synthesized urea distributes throughout total body water.
Some of it is recycled through the enterohepatic circulation. Usually, a small amount less than 0. Low flow, as in urinary tract obstruction, allows more time for reabsorption and is often associated with increases in antidiuretic hormone ADH , which increases the permeability of the terminal collecting tubule to urea.
During ADH-induced antidiuresis, urea secretion contributes to the intratubular concentration of urea. The subsequent buildup of urea in the inner medulla is critical to the process of urinary concentration.
Reabsorption is also increased by volume contraction, reduced renal plasma flow as in congestive heart failure, and decreased glomerular filtration.
Creatinine formation begins with the transamidination from arginine to glycine to form glycocyamine or guanidoacetic acid GAA. This reaction occurs primarily in the kidneys, but also in the mucosa of the small intestine and the pancreas.
Cr due to a low or low-normal creatinine and a BUN within the reference range is unlikely to be of clinical significance. The ratio is predictive of prerenal injury when BUN: Cr exceeds 20  or when urea: The ratio is useful for the diagnosis of bleeding from the gastrointestinal GI tract in patients who do not present with overt vomiting of blood.
Cr ratio of 30 or greater has a sensitivity of A common assumption is that the ratio is elevated because of amino acid digestion, since blood excluding water consists largely of the protein hemoglobin and is broken down by digestive enzymes of the upper GI tract into amino acids, which are then reabsorbed in the GI tract and broken down into urea.
Cr ratios are not observed when other high protein loads e. However, other research has found that renal hypoperfusion cannot fully explain the elevation.