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bicarbonate

or

hydrogen carbonate,

chemical compound containing the bicarbonate radical, -HCO3. The most familiar of such compounds is sodium bicarbonatesodium bicarbonate
or sodium hydrogen carbonate,
chemical compound, NaHCO3, a white crystalline or granular powder, commonly known as bicarbonate of soda or baking soda. It is soluble in water and very slightly soluble in alcohol.
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 (baking soda). See carbonatecarbonate
, chemical compound containing the carbonate radical or ion, CO3−2. Most familiar carbonates are salts that are formed by reacting an inorganic base (e.g., a metal hydroxide) with carbonic acid.
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bicarbonate

[bī′kär·bə‚nət]
(inorganic chemistry)
A salt obtained by the neutralization of one hydrogen in carbonic acid.
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bicarbonate

1. a salt of carbonic acid containing the ion HCO3--; an acid carbonate
2. consisting of, containing, or concerned with the ion HCO3--
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However, the impact that a prolonged transfer time had on the ongoing dehydration of these neonates and its influence on their serum HCO3 needs to be factored in, especially as serum HCO3 was shown to be a significantly associated with mortality.
Collected water samples were analysed for Physical and Aesthetic Parameters i.e pH, Electrical Conductivity (EC), Total Dissolved Salts (TDS) and Chemical Parameters i.e Carbonbate (CO3), Bicarbonate (HCO3), Calcium (Ca) + Magnesium (Mg), Sodium (Na), Sodium Adsorption Ratio (SAR), Residual Sodium Carbonate (RSC), Sulphate (SO4).
With the patient breathing two liters/min of supplemental oxygen, an arterial blood pH was 7.31 (7.35-7.45); pCO2, 41 mmHg (35-45); pO2, 124 mmHg (90-100); HCO3, 20 mmol/L (22-26); and oxygen saturation, 97% (95-100).
The decrease in the level of plasm HCO3 or the increase in the level of CO2 causes acidose, the increase in the level of HCO3 or the decrease in the level of CO2 causes alcolasis.
The increase in ocean alkalinity resulting from the removal of HCl causes atmospheric CO2 (carbon dioxide) to dissolve into the ocean where it will be stored primarily as HCO3 (bicarbonate) without further acidifying the ocean," according to the researchers.
The bicarbonate (HCO3) bath was decreased from 32 mmol/L to 25 mmol/L during pregnancy.
* Arterial blood gas = ph 7.44, O2 56, CO2 44, HCO3 20
Examenes de laboratorios al ingreso: pH, 7.66; HCO3, 41; lactato, 37; AG, 9.3; Na, 131; K, 2.7; Cl, 72.