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Categorical data including dyspnea, body swelling, decreased urine output, altered conscious, vomiting, indications for dialysis, improvement in the clinical signs and investigations (renal function tests/arterial blood gases) and complications were analysed statistically chi-square test of significance and the numerical data including age, weight, blood PH level, renal function tests and number of days of dialysis were analyzed statistically by t-test of significance.
Results of present study showed that weekly and average blood pH was not influenced (P>0.
Blood pH at arrival, after warm up (WUP), sprint 1, 3 and 5 of a 6 x 75m freestyle protocol following ingestion of either placebo (P) or caffeine (CAF) in national level swimmers (n = 9).
1981) also reported no difference in blood pH or bicarbonate when evaluating the effect of calcium levels and baking soda in high concentrate diets for beef cattle.
On performing arterial blood gas, the blood pH and other parameters were at normal levels.
Calves of group B also experienced decrease in hematocrit and hemoglobin concentration as well as increases in blood pH, bicarbonate concentration and serum electrolytes.
The consistency of the blood pH is essential to the body's ability to maintain a relatively stable internal environment.
Acute changes in blood pH induce regulatory effects on protein and enzyme structure and function, leading to changes in cell function such as glycolysis, gluconeogenesis, mitosis, and DNA synthesis, among others (12,13).
On the basis of previous works lacking detailed information, the present authors examined ruminal pH, blood pH, faecal pH and blood gas during subclinical laminitis in dairy cows with the aim of identifying any relationships among laminitis and those aforementioned physiological parameters in association to a suitable nutrition.
Such information as sex age at the time of diagnosis and complaints was recorded for each patient with the help of an expert opinion specified in the patient files and information including blood glucose blood pH and bicarbonate (HCO3) values HbA1c sodium and potassium levels blood osmolarity duration of intravenous fluid and insulin administration and time of transition to subcutaneous insulin administration were recorded based on the laboratory findings recorded in the files.