Fall of blood ionized calcium on watching a provocative TV program and its prevention by active absorbable algal calcium (AAA Ca)

@article{Fujita1999FallOB,
  title={Fall of blood ionized calcium on watching a provocative TV program and its prevention by active absorbable algal calcium (AAA Ca)},
  author={Takuo Fujita and Shigeki Ohgitani and Masakatsu Nomura},
  journal={Journal of Bone and Mineral Metabolism},
  year={1999},
  volume={17},
  pages={131-136}
}
In December 1997, more than 680 children developed convulsive seizures while watching a notorious audiovisually provocative TV program, "Pocket Monster." Emotional stimulation via hyperventilation may cause respiratory alkalosis, fall of blood ionized calcium (Ca), and sensitization of the nervous system to excessive emotional stress. A study was therefore undertaken to follow the changes of blood ionized Ca in eight healthy volunteers after watching the "Pocket Monster" and also a quiet… CONTINUE READING