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Ineffectiveness of intravenous ascorbic acid as an acidifying agent in man

Archives of Internal Medicine

Feb 1, 1981

Christopher W BartonG F Ryan

PMID: 7458517

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The acidifying effect of intravenous (IV) ascorbic acid was studied in seven healthy adult volunteers. After obtaining baseline urine and blood samples, 2-g IV doses of ascorbic acid were administered to each subject during a 20-minute period. Venous blood samples were obtained at times...read more

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    Archives of Internal Medicine

    Feb 1, 1981

    Christopher W BartonG F Ryan

    PMID: 7458517

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    Abstract

    The acidifying effect of intravenous (IV) ascorbic acid was studied in seven healthy adult volunteers. After obtaining baseline urine and blood samples, 2-g IV doses of ascorbic acid were administered to each subject during a 20-minute period. Venous blood samples were obtained at times...read more

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