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Description

Nickel can be elevated in industrial exposures (specifically steels, some inks and batteries) and infarctions to target organs like heart, brain, or from massive skin damage. Nickel can cause skin rash - usually from nickel in jewelry. Chronic inhalation can also cause nasal and lung cancer.

In animal feed, the toxic dietary concentration is 10-100 times greater than normal feed concentrations. Symptoms of nickel toxicity (observed under experimental conditions) include depressed growth, feed intake and feed efficiency, hematological changes, and possible kidney damage.(Mineral Tolerance of Animals: Second Revised Edition, 2005) Source: Regenstrief Institute

Basic Part Properties

Part Display Name
Nickel
Part Type
Component (Describes the core component or analyte measured)
Created On
2000-05-04
Construct for LOINC Short Name
Nickel

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Language Variants Get Info

Tag Language Translation
zh-CN Chinese (China)
Synonyms: Ni
fr-CA French (Canada) Nickel
et-EE Estonian (Estonia) Nikkel
es-ES Spanish (Spain) Níquel
it-IT Italian (Italy) Nichel
Synonyms: Nickel
tr-TR Turkish (Turkey) Nikel
ru-RU Russian (Russian Federation) Никель
nl-NL Dutch (Netherlands) nikkel
fr-BE French (Belgium) Nickel
Synonyms: Ni