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blood pH

pH of arterial blood; normal is 7.4 (range, 7.36-7.44).

blood pH

the hydrogen ion concentration of the blood, a measure of blood acidity or alkalinity. The normal pH values for arterial whole blood are 7.35 to 7.454; for venous whole blood, 7.36 to 7.41; for venous serum or plasma, 7.35 to 7.45.

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