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Discusses how the body maintains the essential balance between acids and bases including how the lungs, kidneys, buffer systems and intracellular shifts of ions serve to correct acidosis or alkalosis. Topics include ionization of water into hydrogen and hydroxyl ions, pH limits for survival, cell shifts with other ions, and the bicarbonate buffer system.
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