alkalinize


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Synonyms for alkalinize

become alkaline

make (a substance) alkaline

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Despite a lack of data on the effect of NaHC[O.sub.3] treatment, many emergency physicians attempt to alkalinize blood with IV NaHC[O.sub.3] administration as a part of metabolic acidosis treatment.
The aim of characters measuring in this study is most uppermost selection of hybrid toward witness statistics for sensation and alkalinize earth.
And, remember, it is very important to alkalinize the body as that must happen before a great deal of detoxification can be done.
Administration of IV sodium bicarbonate is also recommended to alkalinize the urine, thereby increasing the solubility of myoglobin and decrease precipitation within the renal tubules.
Olusan HGA bag dokusunda birikerek hastaligin klinik olarak gozlenen klasik triadina neden olur: 1) Dogumda gorulen homogentisik asiduri (idrarin okside veya alkalinize olmasiyla siyah renge donusmesi patognomiktir).
When kids take too much aspirin, we give them lots of IV fluids and attempt to alkalinize them to improve urinary excretion.
Perhaps the answer is a fast using diluted juices--to alkalinize along with protecting healthy cells.
However, the use of intravenously administered bicarbonate to alkalinize the urine and prevent the precipitation of myoglobin and urate in the renal tubules remains controversial (Cohen & Rao, 1997).
If the calcium creatinine ratio is above 0.2 mg and the urine remains positive for blood, a renal sonogram is obtained and the child is started on bicitra or polycitra K powder 2 meq/kg to alkalinize the urine.
In addition, 19 (55.8%) patients were prescribed potassium citrate to alkalinize urine and/or treat hypocitraturia.
The lemon has an alkaline effect in the human body, despite the high acid content, once it has been sufficiently digested in the stomach it tends to alkalinize. This property of the plant makes it very effective and useful in the treatment of rheumatic conditions involving acidity as one of the contributory factors in the genesis of the disorder.
Mannitol is usually given in a single IV dose of 12.5 or 25 mg over 15 to 30 minutes along with sodium bicarbonate to alkalinize the urine (Knochel, 1998).
It has to be well absorbed, and it needs to alkalinize your system.
Patients receiving the methotrexate-based regimen also receive sodium bicarbonate as part of their intravenous hydration, to alkalinize the urine.