metabolic component

metabolic component

the bicarbonate component of plasma.
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Equally important is the possibility of using saliva to find targets for treatment to address the metabolic component of Alzheimer's, which is still not well understood.
The metabolic component comes from her decreased perfusion, and the respiratory component comes from inadequate ventilation.
Instead, an unchanged base excess of extracellular fluid more simply and accurately would demonstrate the absence of a metabolic component.
Another calculated value that can help shed some light on the metabolic component of acid-base imbalance is the standard bicarbonate level.
The patents describe a metabolic component to substance addiction that can be addressed through the appropriate use of dietary supplements.
Comment: This analysis reflects the interactions between psychosocial stress and nutrition and how these affect emotional and metabolic components of the metabolic syndrome.
Another focus of this initiative is to provide researchers with new analytical tools to better understand the metabolic components and networks within cells.
HGH may provide temporary reversal of metabolic components of aging, Weft writes, but it comes with a significant risk of side effects, and there is a distinct possibility that HGH treatments could end up actually shortening life rather than extending it.
There is currently no approved treatment for HIV-associated lipodystrophy, and although some new HIV treatments have shown signs of improving metabolic components of the disease, the accumulation of visceral fat, and the related complications, remains an important unmet medical need.
Increasingly, he says, researchers are coming to see many chronic diseases as having almost comparably strong immune and metabolic components.