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ac·i·de·mi·a

 (ăs′ĭ-dē′mē-ə)
n.
Abnormal acidity of the blood.

acidemia

(ˌæsɪˈdiːmɪə)
n
a state of abnormally high acidity of the blood due to an increase in hydrogen ions
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Noun1.acidemia - a blood disorder characterized by an increased concentration of hydrogen ions in the blood (which falls below 7 on the pH scale)acidemia - a blood disorder characterized by an increased concentration of hydrogen ions in the blood (which falls below 7 on the pH scale)
blood disease, blood disorder - a disease or disorder of the blood
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ac·i·de·mi·a

n. acidemia, exceso de ácido en la sangre.
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