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(from potential of Hydrogen) the logarithm of the reciprocal of hydrogen-ion concentration in gram atoms per liter

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Effect of dietary cation anion difference on blood pH of transition Sahiwal dairy cattle.
1998), blood pH is relatively stable because it is regulated by very efficient buffering systems (including bicarbonate, phosphate, hemoglobin, ammonia and proteins).
Clinical parameters (survival rate, rectal temperature, respiratory rate and heart rate), hematological profiles (hemoglobin concentration, hematocrit), serum electrolytes (sodium, chloride and potassium ions concentration), blood gas analysis [partial pressure of arterial oxygen (PaO2), venous carbon dioxide (PvCO2), venous blood pH and bicarbonates(HCO3 )] and hemodynamic parameters (mean arterial pressure, central venous pressure) were measured to evaluate the comparative resuscitative effects of HSS and ISS along with ceftiofur HCl and flunixin meglumine in E.
The alkaline digestive glands pancreas and liver are affected most by changes in the blood pH because they manufacture pancreatic juice and bile, which are generally highly alkaline solutions.
Primary disorder: determine whether blood pH indicates acidosis (<7.
Children with type 1 diabetes who had a blood glucose level higher than 300 mg/dl at the time of application blood pH lower than 7.
The arterial blood pH in each group was decreased at 9 h, but it further decreased at 18 h in the CLP and CLP + NS groups, whereas the blood pH showed the same gradual increasing trend in the SOP and CLP + HSD groups (Fig.
Parathyroid hormone, acts only poorly on bone or kidney tissues when blood pH is high (Goff and Horst, 1997).
On its own, the body is excellent at stabilizing blood pH," says Alissa Lupu, RD, a clinical dietitian at Weill Cornell Medical Center.
He was intubated and transferred to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit with an arterial cord blood pH of 6.
The rapidly rising hydrogen ion concentration and falling blood pH cause the fatigue and cramping we know as the Wall.