arterial pH

arterial pH

the hydrogen ion concentration of arterial blood. Normal range is 7.35 to 7.45.

ar·te·ri·al pH

(ahr-tēr'ē-ăl)
Measurement of the acidity and alkalinity of the blood in the arteries carrying blood away from the heart.
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28) No significant difference was found in this study between the arterial pH values of the umbilical cord among the neonates born from mothers receiving etilefrine or phenylephrine; hence, as shown in previous studies, the medications did not cross the placenta.
Lactic acidosis is defined as large anion-gap metabolic acidosis with arterial pH less than 7.
4 Current diagnostic criteria and classification of DKA are based on measurements of plasma glucose, arterial pH, serum bicarbonate, anion gap, and mental status alterations.
4) Mean arterial pH reference intervals in nonanesthetized blue-fronted Amazon parrots (Amazona aestiva) was reported to be 7.
Compared with Apgar scores, umbilical blood gas values, especially umbilical arterial pH are more sensitive indicators of perinatal outcomes.
2], and increased or decreased arterial pH because there are no barriers at all to pass.
We found a significant difference in survival for patients with different arterial pH levels at hospital admission (Figure 1).
In addition, the difference in umbilical arterial pH in infants born to mothers with early or late epidural was negligible (mean difference, 0.
He is in uncontrollable acidosis with arterial pH 7.
7) APACHE score 26 [+ or -] 2 20 [+ or -] 6 SOFA score 12 [+ or -] 2 9 [+ or -] 2 Arterial pH 7.