alkalinization


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alkalinization

(ˌælkəlɪnaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

alkalinisation

n
the process of becoming alkaline, or making alkaline
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amp;nbsp;saw a large increase in salinity, while alkalinization went up by 90 percent.
Successful rescue by LCV depends on rapid elimination of methotrexate by the kidneys, which requires aggressive pretreatment as well as posttreatment hydration and urinary alkalinization.
3] and NaOH as alkalizing agents for sugarcane vinasse, some environmental implications of the alkalinization process should be considered, in particular regarding to the role of sodium ions ([Na.
Afterwards, the extracellular alkalinization was performed by replacing the initial BCSCs medium with standard medium supplemented with various volumes of 8.
3] was quantified by the steam distillation of the capturing solution plus the strips of filter paper in a micro-Kjeldahl apparatus after alkalinization with 10 mol [L.
The activity of this transporter increases during hypoxia and leads to intracellular alkalinization in the pulmonary smooth muscle cells.
According to AUA guidelines for the management of kidney stones, the first approach to treatment of cystinuria is a conservative program that includes initiation of therapeutic lifestyle changes involving increased fluid intake and restriction of sodium and protein, as well as urinary alkalinization therapy (Pearle et al.
Approaches for detecting lysosomal alkalinization and impaired degradation in fresh and cultured RPE cells: evidence for a role in retinal degenerations.
Sodium bicarbonate infusion was initiated for urine alkalinization and active charcoal treatment with repeated doses was initiated for gastrointestinal decontamination.
sup][2] Hydration, alkalinization, and leucovorin rescue have evolved to routine clinical administration since Jaffe started to use HD-MTX to treat osteosarcoma in 1972,[sup][3] but delayed excretion of methotrexate (MTX) can occur to cause gastrointestinal reactions, oral mucositis, increases in levels of liver enzymes, neurotoxicity, and hematologic toxicity.