alkalinization

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alkalinization

(ˌælkəlɪnaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

alkalinisation

n
the process of becoming alkaline, or making alkaline
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Effect of alkalinisation of lignocaine for propofol injection pain: a prospective, randomised, double-blind study.
Thirdly, it has been proposed that urinary alkalinisation decreases the amount of protonated form of the drug, also decreasing its efficacy.
There are no established recommendations for urinary alkalinisation in prophylaxis of TLS.
Other types of soil damage are caused by human agricultural practices including salinization, losses of soil fertility, alkalinisation, and soil acidification.
[11,15] Alkalinisation by hyperventilation has been abandoned because of consequent neurological complications and the increased risk of chronic lung disease.
Considering different acidification or alkalinisation conditions of the river due to the discharge of domestic/industrial wastewater with some extent of treatment, and the accidental chemical spills, the whole pH 0-14 was selected.
Alkalinisation of local anaesthetics prescribed for pain relief after surgical decompression of carpal tunnel syndrome.
If there is biochemical evidence of rhabdomyolysis, promoting positive fluid balance, diuresis with furosemide, and alkalinisation of urine with sodium bicarbonate can be considered.
According to the Henderson-Hasselbalch equation, alkalinisation of the solution with bicarbonate causes an increase in the nonionized form of both lidocaine and mepivacaine.