The acid-base metabolism. A new approach
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A simple electrometric technique for the determination of carbon dioxide tension in blood and plasma, total content of carbon dioxide in plasma, and bicarbonate content in separated plasma at a fixed carbon dioxide tension (40 mm Hg)
An improved clinical method for the estimation of disturbances of the acid-base balance of human blood
Metabolic and hormonal investigations in long-term streptozotocin diabetic rats on different dietary regimens
Arterial and mixed venous PCO2 and hydrogen ion, bicarbonate and base excess concentrations in water-depleted dogs
Effect of ammonium-chloride-induced metabolic acidosis on renal electrolyte handling in human neonates
The effect of pancuronium bromide on plasma nor-epinephrine concentrations during ketamine induction
Blood sugar, serum insulin and serum non-esterified fatty acid levels during thiopentone anaesthesia in dogs
The effect of pancuronium bromide on plasma norepinepharine and cortisol concentrations during thiamylal induction
Metabolic alkalosis despite hyperlactatemia and hypercapnia. Interpretation and therapy with help of the Stewart concept
Automated serum carbon dioxide content determinations as a screening test for disorders of the acid-base state
Relationship between the acid-base changes of arterial plasma during acute changes of the CO-2 tension in vivo and the hemoglobin concentration of the blood
Protective effect of antihistamines on cerebral oedema induced by experimental pneumothorax in newborn piglets
A critique of the parameters used in the evaluation of acid-base disorders. "Whole-blood buffer base" and "standard bicarbonate" compared with blood pH and plasma bicarbonate concentration
CARBON DIOXIDE TITRATION CURVE OF NORMAL MAN. EFFECT OF INCREASING DEGREES OF ACUTE HYPERCAPNIA ON ACID-BASE EQUILIBRIUM
"Washout" acidosis following resection of aortic aneurysms: clinical metabolic study of reactive hyperemia and effect of dextran on excess lactate and pH
Superiority of buffered Ringer's lactate to heparinized blood as total prime of the large volume disc oxygenator
Changes of venous admixture with inspired oxygen in hyaline membrane disease and foetal aspiration pneumonia
The effect of continuous lumbar epidural analgesia on the acid-base status of maternal arterial blood during the first stage of labour
The effect on continuous lumbar epidural analgesia on maternal acid-base balance and arterial lactate concentration during the second stage of labour
The effect of continuous lumbar epidural analgesia upon fetal acid-base status during the first stage of labour
The effect of continuous lumbar epidural analgesia upon fetal acid-base status during the second stage of labour
A sex difference in the effect of phenazocine and dihydrocodeine on the blood pH of the unanaesthetized rabbit
Changes in the acid base status of sheep anaesthetised with a combination of atropine sulphate acepromazine and ketamine hydrochloride
The effect of Eperythrozoon ovis infection on the glucose level and some acid-base factors in the venous blood of sheep
Clinical assessment of acid-base status: comparison of the Henderson-Hasselbalch and strong ion approaches
Hydrogen concentration, carbon dioxide tension and acid base balance in blood of human umbilical cord and intervillous space of placenta
Effects of intragastric and intravenous sodium bicarbonate on rate of recovery from post-asphyxial acidosis in the neonate
Effect of alterations in mechanical ventilator settings on pulmonary gas exchange in hyaline membrane disease
Absorption and secretion of water and electrolytes by the intact colon in a patient with primary aldosteronism
Etiology of hyperparathyroidism and bone disease during chronic hemodialysis. I. Association of bone disease with potentially etiologic factors
Severe hyperlactatemia with normal base excess: a quantitative analysis using conventional and Stewart approaches
Quantitative relationships between slowing of the fetal heart rate and changes in base-excess in the second stage of labor
Calculation of the total plasma concentration of nonvolatile weak acids and the effective dissociation constant of nonvolatile buffers in plasma for use in the strong ion approach to acid-base balance in cats
THE EFFECT OF HYPERBARIC OXYGEN ON EXPERIMENTAL CEREBRAL INFARCTION IN THE DOG. WITH PRELIMINARY CORRELATIONS OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AT 2 ATMOSPHERES OF OXYGEN
Urinary strong ion difference is a major determinant of plasma chloride concentration changes in postoperative patients
Clinical utility of standard base excess in the diagnosis and interpretation of metabolic acidosis in critically ill patients
SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF "SHOCK" AFTER EXPERIMENTAL REPLANTATION OF EXTREMITIES SEVERED FOR LONG PERIODS
Childhood status asthmaticus. Recent clinical and laboratory observations and their application in treatment
Changes in tissue perfusion parameters in dogs with severe sepsis/septic shock in response to goal-directed hemodynamic optimization at admission to ICU and the relation to outcome
Diagnosis of acid-base derangements and mortality prediction in the trauma intensive care unit: the physiochemical approach
Effect of chest physiotherapy on blood gases of neonates treated by intermittent positive pressure respiration
Arterial oxygen tension during nitrous oxide-oxygen-halothane anaesthesia in patients with cardiovascular and pulmonary disease
Acidosis, hypoxia and stress hormone release in response to one-minute inhalation of 80% CO2 in swine
Hematologic, blood gas, blood chemistry and serum mineral values for a sample of clinically healthy adult goats
The low birth weight baby - special emphasis on the respiratory distress syndrome (rds) of newborn and early discharge
Ammonium chloride metabolic acidosis and the activity of renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system in children
Evaluation of dimethyl sulfoxide therapy in chronic respiratory insufficiency of bronchopulmonary origin
Photometric determination of oxyhemoglobin saturation in the presence of carbon monoxide hemoglobin, especially at low oxygen tensions
Statistical investigation of correlations between serum potassium levels and electrocardiographic findings in patients on intermittent hemodialysis therapy
Intravenous insulin therapy during lung resection does not affect lung function or surfactant proteins
Relationships between oxygen and carbon dioxide tensions and acid-base balance in arterial blood and in medullary blood from long bones in dogs
Prompt rise in urinary ammonium excretion suffices to mitigate metabolic acidosis in an experimental animal model of severe normovolemic hemodilution
Effect upon the functional dead space of physiologic variations in the ventilation-perfusion ratio with time
Respiratory equivalents in metabolic acid-base shifts. A method for expressing metabolic acid-base shifts in the arterial blood in respiratory units
Physiological study of pulmonary involvement in adults with cystic fibrosis through simulated modeling of different clinical scenarios
Activity of the sympathetic nervous system during experimentally induced hypoxemia in man (author's transl)
Microblood study on the fetus. 3. Contribution to the problem of acid-base equilibrium between mother and child
The use of THAM in haemodialysis treatment and its effect on intracellular acidosis in chronic haemodialysis patients (author's transl)
THE RELATION BETWEEN HYPOPOTASSAEMIA AND ALKALOSIS DURING ADMINISTRATION OF POLYTHIAZIDE AND CHLORTHALIDONE
Mechanistic Insights into the Efficacy of Sodium Bicarbonate Supplementation to Improve Athletic Performance
The effects of etorphine and of morphine on respiration, blood carbon dioxide tension, and carbon dioxide sensitivity in the conscious rabbit
Influence of temperature on the electrical activity of the phrenic nerve. Studies with the control loop opened. I. Hypothermia
Comparative studies on a fast-indicating CO2 electrode and the Astrup apparatus in the determination of carbonic acid in human blood
FURTHER STUDIES ON GLUCOSE METABOLISM IN EXPERIMENTAL POTASSIUM DEPLETION. EFFECT OF INSULIN, GLUCAGON, AND MUSCULAR EXERCISE
Experimental determination of net protein charge, [A]tot, and Ka of nonvolatile buffers in bird plasma
Baseosis and hypopotassaemia in chronic hypercapnia: the influence of chloride and potassium intake during administration of diuretics
Studies on the behavior of acid-base equilibrium and respiratory gases in cerebrospinal fluid and arterial blood in severe skull injuries with special reference to the hyperventilation syndrome
The impact of phosphate-balanced crystalloid infusion on acid-base homeostasis (PALANCE study): study protocol for a randomized controlled trial
The respiratory distress syndrome of the newborn. A method of treatment using prolonged nasotracheal intubation and intermittent positive pressure respiration
The Impact of Intravenous Fluid Therapy on Acid-Base Status of Critically Ill Adults: A Stewart Approach-Based Perspective
Use of intravenous sodium bicarbonate in neonatal intensive care units in Italy: a nationwide survey.
Comparison of a modified Story approach to traditional evaluation of acid-base disturbances in patients with shock: a cohort study.
"CLOSED SPACE" CO-2 EQUILIBRATION. A BASIS FOR MICRO- AND ULTRAMICROMETHODS FOR THE STUDY OF THE ACID-BASE STATUS OF BLOOD
Osmolar and electrolyte changes in haemorrhagic shock. Hypertonic solutions in the prevention of tissue damage
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