acidaemia


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acidaemia

See acidemia.

acidaemia

(1) Acidosis. 
(2) A suffix attached to a pathological increase in certain small molecules—e.g., isovaleric-acidemia.

ac·i·de·mi·a

(as-i-dē'mē-ă)
An increase in the H+ ion concentration of the blood or a fall below normal in pH, despite shifts in bicarbonate concentration.
Synonym(s): acidaemia.
[acid + G. haima, blood]

acidaemia

A condition of raised blood acidity. The state in which the pH of the blood has fallen below normal.

acidaemia

lower than normal pH of the blood. See also acidosis.

ac·i·de·mi·a

(as-i-dē'mē-ă)
An increase in the H+ ion concentration of the blood or a fall below normal in pH.
Synonym(s): acidaemia.
[acid + G. haima, blood]
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