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Definition of Alkalinization
1. [n -S]
Medical Definition of Alkalinization
1. The process of rendering alkaline. Synonym: alkalinization. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Alkalinization
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1. Handbook of therapy by Oliver Thomas Osborne, Morris Fishbein (1920)
"The alkalinization of the urine may be accomplished by the use of alkaline drinking waters, or fruit juices, of acetates, citrates or carbonates. ..."
2. The Journal of Medical Research by American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists (1901)
"After 6 days' incubation there occurred an alkalinization in the upper part of the medium. Litmus milk: Slight acidification occurred within ..."
3. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1851)
"This alkalinization appears not greatly to increase the amount of the cutaneous any niore than that of the urinary secretion ; but, from the alkaline nature ..."
4. Vital Factors of Foods: Vitamins and Nutrition by Carleton Ellis, Annie Louise Macleod (1922)
"If, however, 24 hours elapsed between the alkalinization and feeding then a considerable amount of the antiscorbutic factor was lost. ..."
5. Therapeutic Gazette (1921)
"In these instances the organisms probably remain dormant during alkalinization of the urine. Later they may resist the alkaline environment in which they ..."
6. Surgical Shock and the Shockless Operation Through Anoci-association by George Washington Crile, William Edgar Lower (1920)
"Were the cause of exhaustion limited to changes in the blood, then alkalinization of the blood would be expected to cure; but alkalinization of the blood, ..."
7. A Text-book of materia medica, therapeutics and pharmacology by George Frank Butler (1899)
"Thorough alkalinization should be produced and maintained, so that the sweat, saliva, and urine, which are acid in acute rheumatism, shall give no acid ..."