acid-base balance


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(physiology) the normal equilibrium between acids and alkalis in the body

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Changes in acid-base balance of uremic patients during hemodialysis.
However, this measurement may only partly indicate whether the body is having trouble maintaining its acid-base balance or not, because the kidneys are important for eliminating acid in the urine.
Minerals play an important role in body physiology and acid-base balance (Afzaal et al., 2004).
Effect of diet composition on acid-base balance in adolescents, young adults and elderly at rest and during exercise.
She clinically improved and her acid-base balance was restored.
In this discussion I would like to present highlights from the paper "Impact of the diet on net endogenous acid production and acid-base balance" by Poupin et al (Poupin N et al.
"The acid-base balance of the oceans has been critical in maintaining Earth's habitability and allowing the emergence of early life," according to a study in the journal (http://science.sciencemag.org/content/355/6329/1069) Science , so researchers analyzed the cycles of seawater to better understand what the oceans looked like in the distant past.
Acid-Base Balance in Three Theoretical Models of Anaerobic Threshold.
Immediately before and after the 1st (baseline), 5th, 10th, and 15th training sessions, oxidative stress markers (plasma lipid hydroperoxides and plasma uric acid), plasma antioxidant capacity (6-hydroxy-2,5,7,8-tetramethylchroman-2-carboxylic acid [TROLOX]), arterial blood gases, acid-base balance, and lactate analysis were performed.
During exsanguination imbalances existed in gas exchange, acid-base balance and energy and mineral balance.
Laboratory factors associated with fatality were: leukocytosis with marked shift to the left; very high serum urea and creatinine levels; low levels of fibrinogen and prolongation of thrombin time; and serious acid-base balance disturbance.