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abnormally high alkalinity (low hydrogen-ion concentration) of the blood and other body tissues

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In contrast, an alkalotic state (>26 mEq/L) results when too much bicarbonate is produced (Thurkauf & Watson, 2014).
Consequently, patients which facing metabolic acidosis show compensatory respiratory alkalosis, and their brain contain high pH and become alkalotic. Besides these gases, ammonia is believed to play key role in the development of hepatic encephalopathy with increased formation of glutamine playing a central role.
States of acidosis will inhibit the action of LA, while alkalotic states enhance their actions (Rang et al 2007).
Twelve of the patients were acidotic and 1 was alkalotic; of those who had normal pH values, an additional 4 had base excess values outside normal reference range, indicating compensated metabolic acidosis.
Higher concentrations in the blood make it more alkalotic and raise the pH.
The time allowed between ingestion and exercise has also varied from 30 to 150 min in endurance exercise and may had an effect on the alkalotic state achieved prior to exercise (Horswill et al., 2004; McNaughton, 1992; McNaughton et al., 1999; Parry-Billings and MacLaren, 1986).