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    Linking Data To Wisdom

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    down by favorable for saline, sodium bicarbonate or inconclusive. The data from the articles closed was interpreted. Of the six articles chosen the data was sorted by conclusion and recommendations for safe pre-procedural care of predisposed patients. Of the six studies reviewed, one commonality the studies exhibited was intravenous hydration for at least 12 hours post procedure was the most efficient treatment for patients. Two studies listed Sodium Bicarbonate as more effective if given two to…

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    sodium bicarbonate. Simultaneously, 1,4-dimethoxybenzene has similar solubility’s with diethyl-ether and remains dissolved in the ether layer throughout the experiment while benzoic ion mostly remains in the aqueous layer. The ether layer can be distinguished from the water layer due to their differences in density, where diethyl ether contains lighter atoms as opposed to sodium bicarbonate. As a result, diethyl ether will be less dense and will be the top layer while the sodium bicarbonate…

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    amounts of baking soda (soda bicarbonate) affect the length of its chemical reaction with vinegar (acetic acid). Hypothesis: If the amount of baking soda is increased then the length of its reaction with vinegar will increase because there will be more soda bicarbonate for the acetic acid to react with. Equipment:  Baking Soda  Vinegar  5 glasses  Safety glasses  Measuring Spoons  Stopwatch  Scale Variables: -Independent variable: baking soda (soda bicarbonate) -Dependent variable:…

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    was greater. Some possible mistakes that could have occurred during this experiment can include the following: Miscalculating the distance between the Elodea plant and the light source. Putting in too much water. Putting in too much sodium bicarbonate. Elodea plant may be dry or not developed. Water may have been contaminated Leaving the Elodea plant in too long or too little Not cutting the Elodea plant correctly Conclusion:…

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    The elevation in bicarbonate ions is due to an addition in alkali to the body which it cannot be excreted by the kidney. Metabolic alkalosis is always associated with renal impairment of some kind due to the kidneys vast capacity in excreting excess alkali. Loss of acid from the body as occurs in vomiting include metabolic alkalosis is equivalent to adding alkali to the body. (Angus MD, 2006). Excessive loss of acid from the blood, low carbon dioxide levels, and high bicarbonate levels in the…

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    does the nursing assessment of patients receiving sodium bicarbonate infusion versus normal sodium infusion yield more complications of Contrast-Induced Nephropathy (CIN)? CIN can be defined as an increase in baseline creatinine level by 25% or greater within 48 hours after a procedure that requires contrast material (Isaac, 2012). Creatinine is the end-product of muscle breakdown…

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    sodium citrate, phosphate, and carbonate-bicarbonate buffer as the amount of acid added increases, the pH level maintains the same (Fig 1). For the 2nd graph, water and potato juice have an upwards trend which means that as the amount of base added increases, the pH level increases (Fig 2). The sodium citrate buffer and apple juice has a downwards trend because as the amount of base added increases, the pH level decreases (Fig 2). For the carbonate-bicarbonate, phosphate buffer, and cranberry…

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    Sucrose Lab Report

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    contents of sodium acetylsalicylate which means that the inclusive percentage of Aspirin and the overall percentage of the unknown substance would be moderately superior. Sodium bicarbonate will remain in an alkaline state which means the acidic properties will be also be removed and therefore the extraction of sodium bicarbonate will be fairly weak during the extraction phase. Carboxylic acid has a –COOH functional group whereas Paracetamol has a –OH functional which makes both of the…

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    This lab included various experiments that demonstrated how renal system responses and reacts when subjects consuming different types of fluids. Respective fluid volumes are based on each subject’s body mass. Based on each subject’s body mass, after converted from pounds to kilograms, every subjects has different volume and fluids for ingestion. For the control subject, she ingested no fluid throughout entire lab which represented the conditions of normal fluid. For the hypotonic subjects, she…

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    having too much acid build up in body fluids, below 7.35 • Alkalosis: the condition of having too much alkaline build up in body fluids, above 7.45 • Anion: a negatively charge particle or ion • Base: any substance that has a pH greater than 7.0 • Bicarbonate (HCO3): a weak base used as a buffer • Buffer: a chemical substance used to either reduce acidity or reduce alkalinity • Cation: a positively charged particle or ion • pH: a scale to determine acidity or alkalinity , scale from 1 to 14…

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