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3. Nomogram for calculating the amount of sodium bicarbonate required in conditions of acidosis to raise the bicarbonate content of the plasma to 25 millimols per litre (or 60 volumes per cent). A straight line cutting the scales for body weight and plasma bicarbonate will cut the middle scale at a point indicating the bicarbonate administration required. , »Acidosis and alkalosis«. Bull. New York Acad. , 10: 103, 1934. are present, the injection may without risk be made at a rate of 1 litre per 10-15 minutes.

3 and 2 litres) and at 9 o'cl. in the evening (2 litres). Thus in the course of 14 hours, 7 injections comprising in all 15 litres of fluid had been given. 100, and the general condition so good that further treatment with injections was considered unnecessary. Apart from pronounced fatigue the recovery now proceeded rapidly. Dr. Weatherhill concludes his report with these words: »It will readily be perceived t h a t m u c h time and attention w e r e given to this case. Had t h e r e been less, it must have terminated in another way.

50: 651, 1936. c.

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