blood pH


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

blood pH

pH of arterial blood; normal is 7.4 (range, 7.36-7.44).
References in periodicals archive ?
In humans with varying pathologies, venous blood pH, Pc[o.sub.2], and HC[O.sub.3] correlate well with arterial values, suggesting venous samples, which are often times easier to acquire, can aid in clinical decision making.
The IV THAM treatment was determined to significantly reduce mortality, improve arterial blood pH, and extend the survival time of rats in the first 90 min compared with NaHC[O.sub.3] treatment in experimental metabolic acidosis induced by intragastric methanol intoxication.
Group A was kept control to compare the values of blood pH (BpH), ruminal fluid pH (RpH), hematological parameters red blood cell count (RBCs), hemoglobin (Hb%), platelet count (PLT) and white blood cell count (WBCs).
Blood pH was maximum (7.417) in lambs fed +330 while minimum (7.303) in those fed -110 mEq/kg DCAD diet, respectively (Table 4).
The increased respiration rate of HS pigs caused a 20% decline in blood pC[O.sub.2] which presumably reduced the formation of carbonic acid that is the driving factor for the increased blood pH. As a metabolic compensatory mechanism to maintain blood pH, blood bicarbonate which is the main base contributor, was reduced by 12% in the current study.
Multivariate analysis identified low blood pH (OR 6.580, 95%CI 1.12-38.51), high serum lactate (OR 1.041, 95%CI 1.01-1.07), high ISS (OR 1.109, 95%CI 1.06-1.16), high APACHE II score (OR 1.189, 95% 1.07-1.33), TBI (OR 4.358, 95%CI 0.76-24.86), severe hemorrhage (OR 5.314, 95% CI 1.07-26.49), and coagulopathy (OR 5.916, 95%CI 1.17-29.90) as useful predictors of acute in-hospital mortality.
The heart rate, heart rhythm, urine output, and blood pH level differed significantly between the three levels of serum potassium (all p < 0.05).
Further, hyperchloremic metabolic acidosis (blood pH of 7.3) and alkaline urine pH (7) indicated distal RTA.
Her further laboratory results showed HCO[sub]3[sup]− 4.7 mmol/L, anion gap (AG) 29.3 mmol/L, blood pH 7.00, Glu 3.90 mmol/L, K [sup]+ 6.0 mmol/L, serum lactate level 18.1 mmol/L, ALT 261 U/L, AST 313 U/L, triglyceride 19.9 mmol/L, serum phosphate level 1.4 mmol/L, cholesterol 7.8 mmol/L, uric acid 948.3 [micro]mol/L, Urea 7.9 mmol/L, serum creatinine 112.0 [micro]mol/L, urine ketone (U-KET) 1+, WBC 33.9 x 10[sup]9/L, NEUT 30.1 x 10[sup]9/L, indicating severe lactic acidosis, hypoglycemia, liver and kidney dysfunction, hyperlipidemia, and highly suspected infection.
The main function of urogenital system is to eliminate wastes from the body, regulate blood volume and blood pressure, control levels of electrolytes and metabolites, regulate blood pH and reproduction.
The cons: Altered blood lipid profile due to fluctuations in the amounts of fat in the diet, micronutrient deficiencies due to restriction of carbs, fatigue and brain fog in the first few weeks due to the metabolic shift, triggers ketoacidosis, because ketones are acidic by nature, meaning your blood pH could become lower-which could be fatal for diabetics.
There were no differences in blood pH prior to the capsule ingestion or after warm-up between placebo and CAF (p > 0.05, Figure 2).