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This ingredient is sodium bicarbonate, but you probably know it as baking soda.
The initial treatment with haemodialysis and sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) infusion showed an obvious improvement of acidosis without any haemodynamic instability (pH: 7.3; lactate: 18mmol/L; Crt: 3.71 mg/dl).
The CO2-bicarbonate buffer system (or the "bicarbonate buffer") is the main buffer system in the blood.
Ciprofloxacin parenterally + Parenteral fluid with sodium bicarbonate + Rice bran mixed with barley broken grains (Group IV)
e scientists at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear/Harvard Medical School found that higher levels of bicarbonate in the eye could improve our ability to track moving objects.
Available in a white crystalline powdered form, commercially produced sodium bicarbonate is commonly referred to as baking soda.
BEDROOM & LIVING ROOM Carpet stain remover Ingredients: 500ml white vinegar; 60g bicarbonate of soda; glass or plastic spray bottle Pour 500ml water into a large bowl, then add vinegar, followed by bicarbonate of soda (this will fizz).
The detailed values of pH, serum bicarbonate, and blood pC[O.sub.2] for each patient at each time-point are presented in the Supplementary Figures S1-S3 and show that the behavior of the variables was very homogeneous.
Sodium bicarbonate powder is available in supermarts.
Gardeners have been using baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) for decades in homemade concoctions to fight powdery mildew.
'Certainly drinking bicarbonate affects the spleen and we think it's through the mesothelial cells,' said study co-author Paul O'Connor from Augusta University in Georgia, US.
Bicarbonate compounds are being considered as promising alternative functional ingredients that may provide similar or enhanced functional properties as phosphate.