Meaning of SODIUM in English

SODIUM

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

sodium bicarbonate

sodium chloride

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ NOUN

bicarbonate

By separating the sodium bicarbonate from the other components, the shelf-life of the packets was prolonged.

Baking powder is a mixture of sodium bicarbonate , an acid, and other materials.

For example, at elevated temperatures, sodium bicarbonate decomposes and releases carbon dioxide and leaves sodium carbonate as mentioned earlier.

Baking soda is only sodium bicarbonate , with no acid added.

Finish the cleaning process by rinsing with a solution of sodium bicarbonate , the most popular fridge cleaner.

Overzealous administration of hypertonic sodium bicarbonate solutions as treatment for severe metabolic acidosis of during cardiopulmonary resuscitation can have the same effect.

If you have to clean some one's mouth for them, use swabs soaked in a sodium bicarbonate solution.

Infusion of sodium bicarbonate causes raPid movement of potassium into cells.

body

The third group of patients with a diluting defect and hyponatremia are those with no apparent abnormality of total body sodium content.

This estimation of body sodium content is principally clinical.

In patients with an increased total body sodium content, administration of salt to increase serum sodium level is inappropriate.

The last entity among those with normal total body sodium is the so-called reset osmostat.

Serum sodium concentration or tonicity are functions of water content relative to total body sodium content.

In actuality, volume is regulated by altering body sodium content.

carbonate

Calcium permanent hardness requires the more expensive sodium carbonate , whereas magnesium permanent hardness requires both lime and sodium carbonate.

The problem was not helped by each lab having its own preference for the indicator to be used with sodium carbonate .

Zeolite-softened water may be quite alkaline because it contains substantial quantities of sodium carbonate and bicarbonate.

For example, at elevated temperatures, sodium bicarbonate decomposes and releases carbon dioxide and leaves sodium carbonate as mentioned earlier.

chloride

Inorganic salts such as sodium chloride , potassium chloride and potassium iodide form eutectic mixtures with water.

After washing the resin with ammonia free water, sodium chloride is used to elute the ammonium ion from the resin.

The cycle can be used to determine the lattice enthalpy of sodium chloride .

Appropriate management of the volume excess should include sodium chloride restriction.

In electrolysis you attach a battery to two metal electrodes which are dipped into a sodium chloride solution.

One of the simplest is an ionic crystal like sodium chloride , the first mineral analyzed after the discovery of x-ray diffraction.

This shows that the bonding in silver chloride is stronger than in sodium chloride.

Because it costs more than sodium chloride , it is not used much for roads.

concentration

Duodenogastric reflux was identified when intragastric sodium concentrations exceeded 50 mmol/l.

Extracellular osmolal concentration is approximately twice the sodium concentration.

Duodenogastric reflux is indicated when sodium concentrations rise above 50 mmol/l.

A significant difference between plasma sodium concentration and tonicity can thus occur.

Measurement of sodium concentrations is simple to perform and offers the possibility of prolonged continuous monitoring.

A high urine sodium concentration is a variable but frequent confirmatory finding in this disorder.

Furthermore, restricting intraluminal sodium concentration in jejunal perfusion does not seem to limit glucose absorption.

Serum sodium concentration or tonicity are functions of water content relative to total body sodium content.

content

Anyone with high blood pressure, or heart disease, for example, should avoid those with a high sodium content .

This estimation of body sodium content is principally clinical.

In patients with an increased total body sodium content , administration of salt to increase serum sodium level is inappropriate.

Serum sodium concentration or tonicity are functions of water content relative to total body sodium content.

In actuality, volume is regulated by altering body sodium content .

excretion

They also promote sodium excretion and induce a mild volume contraction.

For a subject in balance, sodium excretion equals sodium intake.

Treatment includes augmentation of sodium excretion with diuretics and water administration.

hydroxide

The same volume of sodium hydroxide with the same concentration was then added to the acid.

Following this preliminary treatment of specimens, the material to be analyzed is mixed with picric acid and sodium hydroxide .

Their list included iodine, Freon, condensing columns and sodium hydroxide .

hypochlorite

Despite the disadvantages sodium hypochlorite is a valuable disinfectant.

It is easier to remember and ask for Clorox than for 5. 25 per cent solution of sodium hypochlorite .

Potassium permanganate and sodium hypochlorite being added to anaerobic waste to speed the digestion process.

ion

Pancreatic juice for example contains a high concentration of sodium ions , and variable concentrations of chloride and bicarbonate ions.

Should the supply of sodium ions presented to the distal exchange sites decrease, potassium excretion decreases also.

As the impulse passes any point on the fibre, the membrane allows a sudden thrust of positive sodium ions .

Typically, sodium ions are excluded and potassium ions are hoarded.

Following this permeability change, the sodium ions are pumped out from the fibre so restoring the original state.

It allows sodium ions into the dendrite, which raises its voltage temporarily.

The World Health Organisation recommends a sodium ion concentration of 90mmol/l.

That blast of sodium ions entering the neuron is the impulse starting.

reabsorption

It is now established that insulin has an antinatriuretic action resulting in increased sodium reabsorption probably from the proximal convoluted tubules.

From whatever the cause, the kidney perceives volume depletion Proximal sodium reabsorption is augmented.

In these situations, acetazolamide may be needed to decrease proximal bicarbonate and sodium reabsorption , thereby reducing the serum bicarbonate level.

In addition, proximal sodium reabsorption may be augmented in this condition.

The decrease in sodium reabsorption by the renal tubules will be accompanied by decreased chloride and water retention.

salt

They remove the hardness, and the former gives sodium salts instead of the calcium and magnesium salts.

However there's nothing complex or mysterious about LoSalt, the reduced sodium salt alternative.

Potassium salt is sometimes used as a substitute, or mixed with sodium salt.

Potassium, rather than sodium salts , are sometimes used as these are more soluble although more expensive.

Try to break the habit of adding salt at the table, if necessary using a low sodium salt substitute.

Their sodium salts are not volatile, which is why the bicarbonate stops the smell.

serum

Urea and electrolytes gave a 121 mmol/l serum sodium , 5.6 mmol/l potassium, 5.6 mmol/l urea, and 96 umol/l creatinine.

In patients with an increased total body sodium content, administration of salt to increase serum sodium level is inappropriate.

Would the cost of care depend on the serum sodium concentration?

These individuals maintain a stable serum sodium in the 125 to I 28-mEq / L range.

Their serum sodium remains in the 125 to 128-mEq / L range.

The goal is simply to raise serum sodium enough to obviate the risk of seizures.

For convenience, the serum sodium level is usually taken as the estimate of tonicity.

sulphate

Pulp, paper, viscose and fine chemical industries generate huge volumes of sodium sulphate byproduct.

From day 11 to day 20, 15 mmol sodium sulphate was added to the diet.

■ VERB

contain

Zeolite-softened water may be quite alkaline because it contains substantial quantities of sodium carbonate and bicarbonate.

Even after prolonged secondary hyperaldosteronism, human sweat still contains significant amounts of sodium .

use

The problem was not helped by each lab having its own preference for the indicator to be used with sodium carbonate.

Following this the surrounding skin is cleaned using warm sodium chloride 0.9%.

The manufacturers are currently working on an alternative version which uses sodium acid batteries.

Try to break the habit of adding salt at the table, if necessary using a low sodium salt substitute.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Above the tarmac endless blurs of sodium lights receded into the distance.

Furthermore, restricting intraluminal sodium concentration in jejunal perfusion does not seem to limit glucose absorption.

In this setting, efforts should also be made to correct the underlying sodium retentive disorder.

Ionic bonds form most strongly between elements like sodium and chlorine.

She also was determined to cut the level of sodium in her diet.

There were no significant changes in the patients' mean weight and serum creatinine and sodium concentrations throughout the trial.

This loss of sodium , chloride, and water into the urine will cause the extracellular fluid volume to be decreased.

Trace components, such as titanium, calcium and sodium may also bond with clays.

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