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Synonyms for pH

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

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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.
Blood carbon dioxide pressure and blood pH were determined by using Bayer Rapidlab 248 (Siemens Medical Solutions, Germany).
Higher blood Ph concentrations at time of testing are associated with an increased number of false alarms in no-go trials, suggesting difficulty in inhibiting a prepotent response.
Alteration in urine pH reflected alteration in blood pH and kidneys played a vital role to minimize this change by making the urine pH alkaline, by excreting more HC[O.
For the past two years we have been using the Siemens RAPIDPoint to measure blood pH and bicarbonate.
But soon blood pH started to fall and ketoacidosis set in;
Carbon dioxide's anesthetic effect is attributed to its ability to perturb cell membranes and its ability to reduce blood pH (4).
They regulate nerve and muscle function, blood pH, blood pressure, and the rebuilding of damaged tissues," says Scioscia.
Data collected for 2 years before the training, during the training, and for 2 years afterward showed an eightfold drop in the proportion of babies with arterial blood pH below 7.
13) Table 3 showed the reduced bicarbonate and reduced base excess, which contributed to his reduction in blood pH, causing a metabolic acidosis.
For instance, the "Standard American Diet" (SAD) is high in animal proteins which cause the body to become acid, that is the blood pH falls below 7.
The importance of water and proper blood pH levels to the general health of the population are well recognized.
Two of the four Philadelphia patients experienced nausea, rapid heartbeat, dizziness, dehydration, low blood sugar, blood-clotting abnormalities, liver toxicity, and a dangerous drop in blood pH.
Experimental hypothermia: respiratory and blood pH changes in relation to cardiac function.