MEQS

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AcronymDefinition
MEQSMilliequivalents (measurement)
MEQSMEPRS Executive Query System
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Physiological responses of broiler chicken to heat stress and dietary electrolyte balance (sodium plus potassium minus chloride, milliequivalents per kilogram).
Louis, MO, USA) according to the manufacturer's instructions and were expressed as milliequivalents per liter of Trolox per liter (mEqTrolox/l).
Basic calculation skills tested were conversion of millilitres to milliequivalents and milligrams to millilitres and vice versa, pounds to kilograms, and methods of preparing infusions.
This method emphasizes the use of base excess (BE) or deficit, representing the number of additional acid or base milliequivalents needed to be added to a litre of blood in order to normalise pH at 37[degrees]C.
The patient was supposed to receive eight milliequivalents of potassium chloride twice a day.
Each sample was analyzed in triplicate and peroxide value is expressed as milliequivalents of [O.
3 milliequivalents of peroxide per kg of oil, respectively, after 20 days.
was estimated for each sample where, the quantities of all cations are expressed in milliequivalents per litre (epm).
The peroxide value represents the quantity of peroxide expressed in milliequivalents of active oxygen contained in a 1000 g sample.
Peroxide value defined as the milliequivlents of active oxygen per kilogram of oil (meq of O2 kg-1) expressed in the unit of milliequivalents, was determined, when potassium iodide reacted with a mixture of oil and chloroform/acetic acid in dark according to AOCS method Cd 8-5 [20].
The epidemiologic literature indicates that the risk of unintentional fatal overdose jumps at more than 120 milliequivalents of morphine per day, a value that "exceeds my comfort zone," Dr.
104) According to Nebraska's lethal injection protocol, 3 grams of sodium thiopental are administered, followed by 50 milligrams of pancuronium bromide, and concluded with 240 milliequivalents of potassium chloride.