blood pH


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Financial, Encyclopedia.

blood pH

pH of arterial blood; normal is 7.4 (range, 7.36-7.44).

blood pH

the hydrogen ion concentration of the blood, a measure of blood acidity or alkalinity. The normal pH values for arterial whole blood are 7.35 to 7.454; for venous whole blood, 7.36 to 7.41; for venous serum or plasma, 7.35 to 7.45.

blood pH

References in periodicals archive ?
Effects of anionic salts supplementation on blood pH and mineral status, energy metabolism, reproduction and production in transition dairy cows.
HbA1c and blood glucose levels at the time of application were found to be significantly lower while blood pH and bicarbonate levels were found significantly higher in the second and
2] (mmHg) 37 [+ or -] 5 38 [+ or -] 4 Baseline levels of mean arterial blood pressure (MAP), tumor necrosis factor-[alpha] (TNF-[alpha]), interleukin-1[beta](IL-1[beta]), interleukin-6 (IL-6), arterial blood pH, Pa[O.
They involve decreasing the blood pH of cows in late prepartum and early post-partum periods by providing an excess of anions over cations.
2] amounts on blood pH for diagnosis and management of the acid-base changes during liver transplantation.
Experimental hypothermia; respiratory and blood pH changes in relation to cardiac function.
It is important to point out that a transport period of just 2 h is sufficient to trigger hemodynamic changes and to produce hyperglycemia, hypercalcemia, hyperlactatemia, hyperpotasemia, a significant decrease in blood pH, and an increase in the degree of dehydration.
Log transformations were performed on cord and current blood Ph, PCB-153, and Hg concentrations, breast-feeding duration, and maternal tobacco consumption during pregnancy because these variables followed log-normal distributions.
Urine and blood pH on d 2 and 12 prepartum and postpartum was measured immediately after sampling using a hand-held pH meter (HANNA-210, Italy).
Anti-New Castle Disease Virus titers, blood pH and mortality % of birds fed on experimental rations at the end of the experiment.