Search Results for blood ph

 
A creatinine molecule

.... ions. This reaction reduces the blood pH, making it acidic. A decrease in carbon dioxide in the blood raises blood pH. Bicarbonate ....

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The Diaphragm

.... This keeps the blood pH fairly constant. References Applegate, E. (2000). The Anatomy and Physiology Learning System. Philadelphia, PA: WB Saunders Company. ....

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Tubular Reabsorption & Tubular Secretion The

.... The lungs and kidneys work together to produce a normal extracellular fluid and an arterial blood pH of between 7.35 and 7.45 (Stewart, 1998). ....

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The Digestive System

.... which are acidic. This lowers the blood pH, and results in acidosis, which can be fatal if not corrected rapidly. 39.14 In the mouth ....

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The Benefits of Amniotomy

.... has been found that the procedure causes no difference in fetal outcome as measured by Apgar scores, umbilical arterial and venous blood pH, neonatal jaundice ....

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The Benefits of Amniotomy

.... has been found that the procedure causes no difference in fetal outcome as measured by Apgar scores, umbilical arterial and venous blood pH, neonatal jaundice ....

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Patient Diagnosis & Treatment

.... Her blood pressure is low, peripheral pulses are weak, her heart rate is rapid and irregular, she is in metabolic alkalosis because she has a blood pH of 7.52 ....

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Patient Treatment

.... Her blood pressure is low, peripheral pulses are weak, her heart rate is rapid and irregular, she is in metabolic alkalosis because she has a blood pH of 7.52 ....

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Cardiovascular System

.... In vivo red cell affinity for oxygen may be affected by such variables as, body temperature, blood pH and PCO2, carboxyhemoglobin and methemoglobin levels ....

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Overview of Pathophysiology

.... of HCO3:H2CO3 (bicarbonate will neutralize the correct number of carbonic acid molecules to maintain the 20:1 ration, which will preserve the blood pH in the ....

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Overview of Pathophysiology

.... of HCO3:H2CO3 (bicarbonate will neutralize the correct number of carbonic acid molecules to maintain the 20:1 ration, which will preserve the blood pH in the ....

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Hospital Emergency Department

.... For example, research has also indicated that changes in blood pH and PCO associated with sodium bicarbonate use during CPR might be avoided if a continuous ....

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Patient Diagnosis & Suggested Treatment

.... needs oxygen therapy to counteract his low pO2 level, and IV bicarbonate to restore the buffering capacity of the blood and raise the blood pH (Applegate, 2000 ....

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Patients & Respiratory Problems

.... needs oxygen therapy to counteract his low pO2 level, and IV bicarbonate to restore the buffering capacity of the blood and raise the blood pH (Applegate, 2000 ....

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Breathing

.... This excessive rate of breathing causes a reduction in the amount of carbon dioxide in the blood, causing a drop in blood pH and a condition known as alkalosis ....

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Alterations in Digestive Function

.... sugar, dehydration, electrolyte imbalance, ketone bodies in blood and urine, "acetone" smell to breath, excessive urination, low blood pH, metabolic acidosis ....

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Acidosis & Alkalosis Thi

.... 2) pH 7.22, PCO2 30 mmHg, HCO3 12.0 mEq/L This is a state of acidosis .... The hypothalamus detects changes in the levels of water in the blood and if the level is ....

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Forensic Toxicology

.... diffuse down a concentration gradient as cells start to breakdown, fluids shift, pH changes, and body condition changes (48). Gravity-dependent blood flow may ....

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Forensic scientists

.... diffuse down a concentration gradient as cells start to breakdown, fluids shift, pH changes, and body condition changes (48). Gravity-dependent blood flow may ....

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Forensic Toxicologists

.... diffuse down a concentration gradient as cells start to breakdown, fluids shift, pH changes, and body condition changes (48). Gravity-dependent blood flow may ....

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Forensic Toxicology

.... diffuse down a concentration gradient as cells start to breakdown, fluids shift, pH changes, and body condition changes (48). Gravity-dependent blood flow may ....

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CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE

.... PH (2002). Coronary artery disease: Essentials of prevention and rehabilitation programs. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. National Heart, Lung, and Blood ....

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Hemoglobin

.... temperature-dependent; the hemoglobins in fish swim bladders, which have pH dependent oxygen .... allows it to acquire more oxygen from the motherÆs blood, a less ....

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Asthma

.... In 1997, the National Heart, Lung & Blood Institute (NHLBI) established guidelines for .... This discovery led researchers to investigate the role of pH in asthma ....

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The Kidneys

.... Tubular secretion of hydrogen ions plays an important role in regulating the pH of the blood, and tubular secretion helps get rid of waste products from ....

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Creatine Phosphokinase and Isoeletric Focusing

.... or less and normal levels of creatine are .6 to 1.2 mg/dL (Blood Book, 2007 .... The gel works since each charge of a molecule changes with the pH in the surrounding ....

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Various Stages of SARS

.... up to two days and even more stable in stool which has high pH levels such .... may progress to the stage where there is insufficient oxygen getting to the blood. ....

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Pepsin: Structure and Function The digestive en

.... For example, it is typically found in both blood and urine .... In the presence of acidic pH, pepsinogen undergoes a multistage activation process, or "autocatalysis ....

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Lesch-Nyhan Syndrome

.... up to a maximum dose of 800 mg/day, can lower blood uric acid .... References Ernst, M., Zametkin, AJ, Matochik, JA, Pascualvaca, D., Jons, PH, Hardy, K., Hankerson ....

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Genetic Basis & Biochemical Components of Lesch-Nyhan Syndrome

.... up to a maximum dose of 800 mg/day, can lower blood uric acid .... References Ernst, M., Zametkin, AJ, Matochik, JA, Pascualvaca, D., Jons, PH, Hardy, K., Hankerson ....

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