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When using the equilibration technique the nomogram by SiggaardAndersen and Engel (S11) is preferred as it gives the most relevant acid-base values in a very simple way (cf. 1). Further, the nomogram allows the whole procedure to be checked, which is due to the fact that the hemoglobin concentration determines the slope of the pH/log pC02 line. Thus, if a line for a blood sample has been found (for instance, line A-B in Fig. 4) , the correctness of the slope of the line can be checked by transposing the line the same distance in milliequivalents on both the BB and the BE graph until the line intersects the BE graph at 0.
H6) consider that gross magnesium deficiency may produce convulsions but that tetany is not present unless there is also hypocalcemia and this is supported by the case described by MacIntyre et al. ( M 7 ) . 9 meq/l, and tetany 38 C. P. STEWART AND S. C. FRAZER developed with positive Chvostek‘s and Trousseau’s signs. The tetany disappeared when the patient was given a high-calcium diet and the serum calcium rose to normal, the magnesium remaining low. , for these authors clearly state that in their patients the serum calcium was and remained normal, and that the appearance and disappearance of tetany was related directly to the lowering and raising of the serum magnesium concentration.
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