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meq

[mek]
(chemistry)
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Component A is made by the reaction of 200 meq. (20 ml) of MDI with 60 meq.
Concentration (meq [L.sup.-1]) native 24h-pretreated Cr 2.01 1.93 Cr 7.76 7.79 Ni 1.92 1.99 Ni 7.58 7.71 CrNi 1.02 + 0.36 0.96 + 1.00 CrNi 3.78 + 3.86 3.83 + 3.91 CrNi 3.73 + 0.98 3.86 + 0.99 CrNi 0.98 + 3.74 0.97 + 3.95 Note: Table made from bar graph.
At 28 months of age, his chronic medications included cholecalciferol (400IU daily), lansoprazole, 2.5 mEq daily potassium chloride, somatotropin, metoclopramide, Nephronex, ferrous sulfate, and epogen.
A concentracao de equilibrio de ferro retido no trocador em meq [g.sup.-1], foi calculada pelos modelos de isotermas de Freundlich e Langmuir, descritos pelas seguintes equacoes, respectivamente:
Her daily effective electrolyte loss (urine sodium and potassium) averaged at 634 [+ or -] 183 mEq/d, with a maximum of 1050 mEq.
The preferred treatments for alkalinization are balanced citrates (90-120 mEq a day) or potassium citrate (60-90 mEq a day).
In management 28 patients were given IV potassium in a dose ranging from 300-500 mEq over a period of 48 hours.