acidosis

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Related to bicarbonate ion: hydrogen carbonate, Carbonic anhydrase, Hco3
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abnormally high acidity (excess hydrogen-ion concentration) of the blood and other body tissues

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Formation of bicarbonate ion upon donation of proton by the carbonic acid;
Some patients have lung disease or other respiratory pathology that chronically limits their ability to achieve a minute ventilation high enough to keep their PaCO2 in a normal range and their body compensates for the high PaCO2 and low pH by allowing the kidneys to retain more of the alkalotic bicarbonate ion (HCO3-) to neutralize the acidic CO2 and bring the pH back toward the normal 7.
The geochemical modelling results show that sulphate and bicarbonate ions are the main compounds that precipitate barium ion out of the solution and that the chloride ion contributes to increased solubility of barium ion.
3] [17], but in the present study alkalinity of water samples was calculated in millimoles of bicarbonate ions per [m.
Bicarbonate ion breakdown proceeds quickly under the conditions typically found with functioning cooling towers: modest water heating from tap water temperature to 95 [degrees]F, agitation that enhances surface release of carbon dioxide, and large air flow that readily accepts the release of [CO.
The effect of silicate and bicarbonate ions in decreasing the buffering capacity of soil is evident in Fig.
The bicarbonate ions thus formed bind to deoxyhemoglobin and facilitate the giving up of oxygen (Figure 2).
Some patients have lung disease or other respiratory pathology that chronically limits their ability to achieve a minute ventilation high enough to keep their PaC02 in a normal range and their body compensates for the high PaC02 and low pH by allowing the kidneys to retain more of the alkalotic bicarbonate ion (HC03-) to neutralize the acidic C02 and bring the pH back toward the normal 7.
Only the bicarbonate ion is involved in chemical reactions of this compound; thus the sodium ion may be disregarded.
Bicarbonate ion is varies from 26 to 46 mg/l, 69 to 92 mg/l and 34.
Total CO2 is the sum of the bicarbonate ion and the carbonic acid components of the acid-base equation.
Blood gas analyzers also measure electrolytes such as sodium, calcium, chloride ions, and bicarbonate ions.
The researchers found that the pancreas and liver extract bicarbonate ions mostly from the blood.
The microelectrodes also showed that the concentration of bicarbonate ions and pressure of carbon dioxide simultaneously rise along the gland.
The proportion of bicarbonate ions higher than calcium has been considered to be undesirable because after evaporation of irrigation water, bicarbonate ions tend to precipitate calcium ions.