alkalinizing

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alkalinizing

the capacity to alkalinize, or confer alkalinity.

alkalinizing agent
sodium bicarbonate, potassium citrate, calcium carbonate or calcium acetate may be added to food in the management of acidosis associated with renal failure.
alkalinizing solution
one used in fluid therapy of acidosis to raise blood pH, e.g. sodium bicarbonate or sodium lactate.
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In our study, no difference was observed between the patients who received only anthracycline and the patients who received anthracycline and alkalinizing agent or the patients who did not receive anthracycline treatment and received only alkalinizing agent in terms of cardiotoxicity.
Total doses of anthracycline and alkalinizing agents given to the patients with a diagnosis of Hodgkin lymphoma were calculated.
On the other hand, cardiotoxicity cases are reported in patients who use usual doses of alkalinizing agents, although cardiomyopathy is known to develop especially in patients with bone marrow transplant following treatment with high doses of alkalinizing agents (14).
The new formulation builds on the heritage of Urocit-K with a maximum-strength alkalinizing agent to help prevent kidney stone recurrence in more than 90 percent of patients.
Common side effects of alkalinizing agents include nausea, abdominal bloating and diarrhea.
LT-NS001 utilizes a proprietary technology which has demonstrated improved GI safety without the need for concomitant alkalinizing agents and their associated risks.
Thus, ingestion of alkalinizing agents mentioned above by increasing the extracellular pH may create a favourable pH gradient for efflux of intracellular lactate and [H.
Numerous studies have assessed the effect of preexercise administration of alkalinizing agents on performance in different types of exercise (Burke et al.