Physiological Consequences of Acid-Base Disorders
The physiological consequences of acid-base disorders constitute a difficult topic for many reasons. The consequences of acid-base disorders that I will discuss are derived from in vitro, animal, and clinical work reviewed by experts in acid-base disorders [1, 2, 3, 4]. Unfortunately these reviewers either ignore or downplay the acid-base approach of Peter Stewart .
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