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Synonyms for alkalize

turn basic and less acidic

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In 5 patients, intraoperative hemoglobinuria was noted which abated 2-3 days after hydration and urine alkalization.
Filamentous fungi were screened for the Potential to secrete L-asparaginase activity based on Media alkalization upon extracellular hydrolysis of L-asparagine and release of ammonia.
Patient preparation option: alkalization of urine with oral sodium bicarbonate (1.
Its survival is possible due to the production of urease and local alkalization of the environment.
Agriculture has problems such as the risk of salinization that can be enjoyed by the electrical conductivity and of alkalization of soils.
Chemical degradation: loss of fertility or nutrients included acidification and alkalization, salinization and pollution from indiscriminate use of herbicides, pesticides and fertilizers (Pla Sentis, 1990).
Impact of alkalization on the antioxidant and flavanol content of commercial cocoa powders," Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, vol.
As the hourly urine output was 50 mL, urine alkalization was applied with IV dextrose (5%) solution as hyperkalemia treatment.
On the 4th day after starting hydration and urinary alkalization, sandy stones were drained through the nephrostomy tube.
under the coatings results in alkalization, which in turn weakens the adhesion between the coatings and magnesium substrates.
On the other hand, sodium pyruvate dialysate can facilitate the glycometabolism of shock cells, enhance systemic alkalization and antioxidant capacity, and protect organs from lactic acidosis.
Uric acid kidney stones affect less than 10% of kidney stone formers, (1) however correctly identifying these patients has great impact on medical practice, as alkalization therapy may be an effective treatment and may avoid more invasive procedures.