- Effects of bicarbonate- and lactate-buffered replacement fluids on cardiovascular outcome in CVVH patients. Barenbrock, Michael; Hausberg, Martin; Matzkies, Fritz; de la Motte, Stephan; Schaefer, Roland M. // Kidney International;Oct2000, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p1751
Examines the effects of bicarbonate and lactate-buffered replacement fluids on cardiovascular in patients with continuous venous hemofiltration. Measurement of blood bicarbonate and blood lactate levels; Effects of acidemia on cardiovascular performance; Conversion of lactate to bicarbonate.
- Acute versus chronic supplementation of sodium citrate on 200 m performance in adolescent swimmers. Russell, Colin; Papadopoulos, Efthymios; Mezil, Yasmeen; Wells, Greg D.; Plyley, Michael J.; Greenway, Mathew; Klentrou, Panagiota // Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition;2014, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p1
Background A double blinded, placebo controlled, cross-over design was used to investigate whether two different sodium citrate dihydrate (Na-CIT) supplementation protocols improve 200 m swimming performance in adolescent swimmers. Methods Ten, male swimmers (14.9 Â± 0.4 years of age; 63.5...
- Biocompatibility and buffers: Effect of bicarbonate--buffered peritoneal dialysis fluids on peritoneal cell function. Jorres, Achim; Bender, Thorsten O.; Finn, Andre; Witowski, Janusz; Frohlich, Sibylle; Gahl, Gerhard M.; Frei, Ulrich; Keck, Heiko; Passlick-Deetjen, Jutta // Kidney International;Dec1998, Vol. 54 Issue 6, p2184
Focuses on a study on the effect of bicarbonate buffered peritoneal dialysis fluids (PDF) in peritoneal cell function. Information on peritoneal dialysis; Effect of lactate buffered PDF; Comparison of effects between the two buffered PDF.
- Effect of a simulate show jumping competition on the blood gas profile of horses trained for show jumping. Fazio, Francesco; Messina, Vanessa; Casella, Stefania; Giannetto, Claudia; Marafioti, Simona; Piccione, Giuseppe // Turkish Journal of Veterinary & Animal Sciences;Jun2012, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p259
The aim of the present study was to evaluate the changes in the blood gas profile of jumpers after warm up and after a show jumping competition. For this purpose, 10 Sella Italiana geldings, 7 years old and clinically healthy, were used. The horses were trained to take part in show jumping...
- Buffers: Bicarbonate, lactate and pyruvate. Feriani, Mariano // Kidney International Supplement;Nov1996, Issue 56, pS-75
Examines the various buffer systems that neutralized the acids formed in the body during metabolism. Importance of regeneration of the bicarbonate consumed every day to maintain buffering capacity in the body; Use of bicarbonate in peritoneal dialysis; Recognition of lactate as the most commonly...
- Can venous blood gas analysis be used for predicting seizure recurrence in emergency department? Yılmaz Kılıc, Turgay; Yesilaras, Murat; Duman Atilla, Ozge; Sever, Mustafa; Aksay, Ersin // World Journal of Emergency Medicine;2014, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p187
BACKGROUND: Epileptic seizures account for 1%-2% of all admissions of patients to the emergency department (ED). The present study aimed to determine whether venous blood pH, bicarbonate, base excess, and lactate levels taken within 1 hour of the last seizure episode help to determine seizure...
- Indomethacin Inhibits Duodenal Mucosal Bicarbonate Secretion and Endogenous Prostaglandin E Output in Human Subjects. Selling, John A.; Hogan, Daniel L.; Aly, Andreas; Koss, Michael A.; Isenberg, Jon I. // Annals of Internal Medicine;Mar87, Vol. 106 Issue 3, p368
Examines the effect of indomethacin on duodenal mucosal bicarbonate secretion and prostaglandin output in healthy persons. Measurement of bicarbonate concentration in the test segment effluent by a validated back-titration method; Dosage of indomethacin given that resulted in the decrease in...
- HCO3. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009);2009, Issue 21, p1009
A reference entry for the medical term "HCO3," which refers to the chemical formula for bicarbonate ion, is presented.
- bicarbonate. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009);2009, Issue 21, p259
The definition of the medical term "bicarbonate," which refers to any salt containing the bicarbonate HCO3 anion, is presented.