acid-base


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acid-base

[ˈæsɪdˌbeɪs] adj (Chem) acid-base reactionsreazioni fpl acido-base inv
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Advanced chronic kidney disease is associated with several disorders of the acid-base balance, particularly, chronic metabolic acidosis.
Minerals play an important role in body physiology and acid-base balance (Afzaal et al., 2004).
Since PRs appear as components of polymeric compositions, in nearly all cases it is important to know their surface characteristics, and particularly, their acid-base properties.
The use of NaOCl also produced an acid-base resistant zone under the hybrid layer; this zone could help in resisting secondary caries around restorations [38].
However, it is also proven that in most cases the acid-base interactions play the main role in the formation of interfacial forces by adhesive bonding between adhesives and plastics [1].
Although the acid-base balance of our blood is constant, the pH inside our cells has a somewhat broader range, from slightly acidic to slightly alkaline.
Most metabolic, respiratory, and acid-base alterations were minor, but a small number of birds exhibited values (eg, temperature-corrected pH <7.3, lactate >10 mmol/L) that could be of concern if combined with other adverse conditions.
From the research conducted (Dragnea, Cordun Teodorescu-Mate, 1990, quoted by Dragnea, Teodorescu-Mate, 2002) on a team of water polo players at the prepubertal age and the early stage of puberty, it has been found that the acid-base balance undergoes unessential changes (within normal limits) after heavy efforts.
Arterial blood gas analysis and acid-base disturbance in cortically ill patients.