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milliequivalent

 (mEq) [mil″e-e-kwiv´ah-lent]
one thousandth (10−3) of a chemical equivalent (see equivalent weight). Concentrations of electrolytes are often expressed as milliequivalents per liter, which is an expression of the chemical combining power of the electrolyte in a fluid.

mEq

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Abbreviation for milliequivalent.

mEq

milliequivalent.

mEq

abbreviation for milliequivalent.

mEq/L

abbreviation for milliequivalent per liter.

mEq

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mEq

 Milliequivalent, see there.

mEq

Abbreviation for milliequivalent.

mEq

milliequivalent.
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