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Säure-Basen-Haushalt

  • D. S. Tyler

Zusammenfassung

Durch verschiedene Kompensationsmechanismen vermag der Organismus den pH-Wert des Blutes zwischen 7,37 und 7,42 einzustellen. Nur in diesem Bereich ist die optimale Funktion von Gerinnungsfaktoren, Enzymen und anderen Proteinen gewährleistet.

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