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Metabolic Acidosis [electronic resource].

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780470663974Series: Novartis Foundation SymposiaPublication details: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, 2009.ISBN:
  • 9780470718384
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Metabolic AcidosisDDC classification:
  • 616.3/99 616.399
LOC classification:
  • RB147 .M473
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Contents:
Metabolic acidosis; Contents; The hydrogen ion in normal metabolism; Discussion; The techniques and uses of intracellular pH measurements; Discussion; Energy metabolism and cellular pH in normal and pathological conditions. A new look through 31phosphorus nuclear magnetic resonance; Discussion; Acidosis and contractility of heart muscle; Discussion; Lactic acidosis in the brain: occurrence, triggering mechanisms and pathophysiological importance; Discussion; Glutamine metabolism in metabolic acidosis; Discussion; The regulation of ketogenesis; Discussion; General discussion I
Fasting and ketone body metabolismMetabolic acidosis in exercise: (i) The fate of carboxylate ions during exercise; (ii) Clinical measurements of lactate loads; Preliminary observations on the metabolic responses to exercise in humans, using 31phosphorus nuclear magnetic resonance; Discussion; Metabolic acidosis and changes in water and electrolyte balance after maximal exercise; Some hormonal influences on glucose and ketone body metabolism in normal human subjects; Discussion; Effects of free fatty acids, insulin, glucagon and adrenaline on ketone body production in humans; Discussion
Quantitative aspects of L(+)-lactate metabolism in human beingsDiscussion; The role of catecholamines in metabolic acidosis; Discussion; Acid-base balance in diabetic ketoacidosis; Discussion; Isotope turnover studies in uncontrolled diabetes and the effects of insulin; Discussion; Metabolic acidosis in the critically ill; Discussion; The role of altered lactate kinetics in thepathogenesis of Type B lactic acidosis; Discussion; Organic acidurias: approach, results and clinical relevance; Discussion; Problems in the congenital lactic acidoses; Discussion; GENERAL DISCUSSION II
Regulation of energy metabolism, gluconeogenesis and ketogenesisThe role of lactate in exercise; The relationship between intracellular and extracellular pH; Hormonal regulation of ketogenesis; Treatment of metabolic acidosis; Chairman's summary; Appendix; Index of contributors; Subject index
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Metabolic acidosis; Contents; The hydrogen ion in normal metabolism; Discussion; The techniques and uses of intracellular pH measurements; Discussion; Energy metabolism and cellular pH in normal and pathological conditions. A new look through 31phosphorus nuclear magnetic resonance; Discussion; Acidosis and contractility of heart muscle; Discussion; Lactic acidosis in the brain: occurrence, triggering mechanisms and pathophysiological importance; Discussion; Glutamine metabolism in metabolic acidosis; Discussion; The regulation of ketogenesis; Discussion; General discussion I

Fasting and ketone body metabolismMetabolic acidosis in exercise: (i) The fate of carboxylate ions during exercise; (ii) Clinical measurements of lactate loads; Preliminary observations on the metabolic responses to exercise in humans, using 31phosphorus nuclear magnetic resonance; Discussion; Metabolic acidosis and changes in water and electrolyte balance after maximal exercise; Some hormonal influences on glucose and ketone body metabolism in normal human subjects; Discussion; Effects of free fatty acids, insulin, glucagon and adrenaline on ketone body production in humans; Discussion

Quantitative aspects of L(+)-lactate metabolism in human beingsDiscussion; The role of catecholamines in metabolic acidosis; Discussion; Acid-base balance in diabetic ketoacidosis; Discussion; Isotope turnover studies in uncontrolled diabetes and the effects of insulin; Discussion; Metabolic acidosis in the critically ill; Discussion; The role of altered lactate kinetics in thepathogenesis of Type B lactic acidosis; Discussion; Organic acidurias: approach, results and clinical relevance; Discussion; Problems in the congenital lactic acidoses; Discussion; GENERAL DISCUSSION II

Regulation of energy metabolism, gluconeogenesis and ketogenesisThe role of lactate in exercise; The relationship between intracellular and extracellular pH; Hormonal regulation of ketogenesis; Treatment of metabolic acidosis; Chairman's summary; Appendix; Index of contributors; Subject index