Acidosis: Clinical Aspects and Treatment with Isotonic Sodium Bicarbonate provides a connected exposition for the use of hospital physicians and general practitioners of the clinical aspect and treatment of acidosis.
After briefly dealing with the history of clinical investigation of acidosis and treatment, this five-chapter book goes on discussing the clinical symptoms and form, causes, and complications of acidosis. The next chapter describes the five treatment options for acidosis, including using an isotonic, alkaline, glucose, physiological sodium chloride solutions and alkalosis. Other chapters examine acidosis under physiological and pathological conditions. The concluding chapter surveys the micro- and macro-techniques, as well as Van Slyke's apparatus for bicarbonate content determination of the plasma or the serum.
This book will prove useful to clinicians, gastrologists, and general medical practitioners.
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|Size: ||26.7 MB|
|Date published: || 1946|
|ISBN: ||9781483226545 (DRM-PDF)|
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