HCO3-


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HCO3-

Chemical formula for bicarbonate ion.
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Russel e colaboradores (2011) estudaram o comportamento do lactato, pH, HCO3-, BE em 16 jogadores de futebol que participaram de uma simulacao de uma partida com duracao de 90 minutos.
Example #4: pH = 7.59 PaCO2 = 25 HCO3- = 24 Na+ = 148 CI- = 95
The Piper diagram of water chemistry showed that water type of the study area belonged to NaCaHCO3 and CaHCO3 type with HCO3- as dominant anion and Na+ as dominant cation Furthermore, multivariate statistical analysis like inter-metal correlation, cluster analysis (CA) and Principal Component analysis (PCA) results revealed that geogenic and anthropogenic activities were major sources of surface and subsurface water contamination in study area.
A linear increase in pH and HCO3- contents of blood and urine by increasing DCAD levels in diets evidenced a positive alteration in acid base status of the animals.
The first step in evaluation of primary metabolic acidosis is to calculate the anion gap (anion gap = Na+ - (Cl- + HCO3-).
Na+, K+, Cl- and HCO3- are the most common ions in saliva.
The mean values of pH, HCO3-, PC[O.sub.2] and P[O.sub.2] were 7.42, 17.1mmol/l, 25.22mmHg & 93.71mmHg respectively.
The blood carries O2 and CO2 to and from the tissue, but the Bb barrier is impermeable to the H+ and HCO3-. However, CO2 can and does diffuse into the CSF, and this is expressed as an H+ or acid, stimulating the central chemoreceptors.
DISCUSSION: The renal acid-base homeostasis may be broadly divided into two processes: (1) reabsorption of filtered HCO3-, which occurs fundamentally in the proximal convoluted tubule; and (2) excretion of fixed acids through the titration of urinary buffers and the excretion of ammonium, which takes place primarily in the distal nephron.
HCO3- (mg/L)###238-275###260###256###1.69###-0.595###161-185###170###171###0.946###0.42###-###-###-
For each soil sample obtained, electrical conductivity (EC), sodium ions (Na), bicarbonate (HCO3-) and the percentage of gypsum, calcium carbonate and clay were measured.
When the temperature of a blood sample changes in a closed system the pH, PCO2, and PO2 will change, but the SO2, O2 Content, CO2 Content, and HCO3- will not change.