Stewart's Strong ion Model Application in Calves and Young Camels with Experimentally Induced Metabolic A2015cidosis

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2015-03-04
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Elkhair, Nawal
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uofk
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Evaluation of acid-base status in the body has been accomplished traditionally with Henderson-Hasselbalch model: pH = pK + Ig[HCO3-]/ [a.PCO2]. Stewart criticized this model as incomplete. He described a new model with three primary variables: P002, [Strong ion difference = SID] and [Acid total = Atot]. in calves and young camels a non-respiratory acidosis was induced experimentally and acid-base status was evaluated with parameters of both models
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Stewart's,strong,ion,model,application,calves,camels,experimentally,induced,metabolic,acidosis
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