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Acid-base status of biological fluids: amount of acid, kind of acid, anion-cation difference, and buffer value.
  • P. Kildeberg
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Scandinavian journal of clinical and laboratory…
  • 1983
A formal concept of amount of substance of 'acid' and 'base' is proposed which is based upon the change in extent of protolytic equilibria in an arbitrary reference state for the components of theExpand
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A method for the quantitative assessment of the balance of net acid (NAB) in growing infants with a changing body composition is described. Results of seventy measurements of the daily NAB in healthyExpand
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Disturbances of Hydrogen Ion Balance Occurring in Premature Infants II. Late Metabolic Acidosis
Testing selected functions of the infantile kidney and using several different bases of comparison, a number of authors have shown renal performance in the newborn infant to be “immature” and inExpand
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Physiological viewpoints on clinical acid-base diagnostics.
Acid-base physiology is concerned with sources, extent, and control of hydrogen ion donation in the body, at the organ-physiological as well as the molecular level of study. With the introduction ofExpand
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Pathophysiology of incomplete renal tubular acidosis in recurrent renal stone formers: evidence of disturbed calcium, bone and citrate metabolism
SummaryUrinary acidification, bone metabolism and urinary excretion of calcium and citrate were evaluated in 10 recurrent stone formers with incomplete renal tubular acidosis (RTA), 10 recurrentExpand
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Adrenocorticotropic hormone in the control of renal tubular hydrogen ion secretion. Balance of non-metabolizable base in ACTH-stimulated weanling rats subject to acid or base loading.
Groups of weanling rats subject to ACTH-stimulation (tetracosactrin, 1 mg kg-1 day-1) were exposed to heavy oral loads of ammonium chloride (approx. 21 mmol kg-1 day-1) or sodium bicarbonate (approx.Expand
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Disturbances of Hydrogen Ion Balance Occurring in Premature Infants I. Early Types of Acidosis
For many years it has been a universally accepted, though rather lonesome truth that the acid-base parameters of newborn infants differ to the acid side as compared with those of normal adults.Expand
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