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  Electrolyte Disorders Information on Healthline
An electrolyte disorder is an imbalance of certain ionized salts (i.e., bicarbonate, calcium, chloride, magnesium, phosphate, potassium, and sodium) in the blood.
Electrolytes are ionized molecules found throughout the blood, tissues, and cells of the body.
Electrolytes also facilitate the passage of fluid between and within cells through a process known as osmosis and play a part in regulating the function of the neuromuscular, endocrine, and excretory systems.
www.healthline.com /galecontent/electrolyte-disorders   (595 words)

 Patents in Class 361/505
The present invention is directed to an electrolyte for use in very high voltage electrolytic capacitors and to an electrolytic capacitor impregnated with the electrolyte of the present invention for use in an implantable cardioverter de...
A non-aqueous electrolyte is disclosed, which comprises a non-aqueous solvent and a solute represented by the general formula(1): MBR 1 R 2 R 3 R 4, wherein M is an alkali metal atom or an ammonium group and R 1 to R 4 are each indepe...
An electrolytic capacitor of the present invention is so constituted that a capacitor element steeped with an electrolytic solution containing quaternary ammonia salts is accommodated in an armor case of which aperture is sealed with a s...
www.freepatentsonline.com /CCL361-505.html   (1963 words)

 Problems With Electrolyte Balance, Water and Electrolyte Balance, THE MERCK MANUAL OF HEALTH & AGING
The main electrolytes in the blood are sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, chloride, phosphate, and carbonate.
Doctors refer to a low electrolyte level with the prefix "hypo-" and to a high level with the prefix "hyper-." The prefix is combined with the scientific name of the electrolyte.
Electrolyte abnormalities can be diagnosed by measuring electrolyte levels in a sample of blood or urine.
www.merck.com /pubs/mmanual_ha/sec3/ch18/ch18d.html   (1516 words)

 Fuel Cells: Glossary of Terms
Alkali, molten carbonate and solid oxide fuel cells are "anion-mobile" cells – anions migrate through the electrolyte toward the anode.
Phosphoric acid and PEM fuel cells are "cation-mobile" cells – the cation migrates through the electrolyte toward the cathode.
Electrolyte: A chemical compound that conducts ions from one electrode to the other inside a fuel cell.
americanhistory.si.edu /fuelcells/glossary.htm   (699 words)

 Defintion of kinetic_electrolyte_effect_kinetic_ionic_strength_effect - Chemistry Dictionary
Kinetic electrolyte effects are usually (too restrictively and therefore incorrectly) referred to as "kinetic salt effects".
A kinetic electrolyte effect ascribable solely to the influence of the ionic strength on activity coefficients of ionic reactants and transition states is called a "primary kinetic electrolyte effect".
A kinetic electrolyte effect arising from the influence of the ionic strength of the solution upon the pre-equilibrium concentration of an ionic species that is involved in a subsequent rate-limiting step of a reaction is called a "secondary kinetic electrolyte effect".
www.chemicool.com /definition/kinetic_electrolyte_effect_kinetic_ionic_strength_effect.html   (296 words)

 Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Infrastructure Technologies Program: Glossary
A type of hydrogen/oxygen fuel cell in which the electrolyte is concentrated potassium hydroxide (KOH), and hydroxide ions (OH) are transported from the cathode to the anode.
For fuel cells and other galvanic cells, the anode is the negative terminal; for electrolytic cells (where electrolysis occurs), the anode is the positive terminal.
The separating layer in a fuel cell that acts as electrolyte (a ion-exchanger) as well as a barrier film separating the gases in the anode and cathode compartments of the fuel cell.
www.eere.energy.gov /hydrogenandfuelcells/glossary.html   (3697 words)

 Electrolyte Imbalance - Overview, Hyponatremia - nephrologychannel
Electrolytes are salts that conduct electricity and are found in the body fluid, tissue, and blood.
Men and women with healthy kidneys have equal chances of experiencing electrolyte imbalance, and people with eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia, which most often affect women, are at increased risk.
The goal of treatment is to restore electrolyte balance for proper hydration and use of total body fluid.
www.nephrologychannel.com /electrolytes   (578 words)

 Dextrose / Electrolytes No. 48 (5% Dextrose and Electrolyte No. 48 Inj) drug warnings and precautions - prescription ...
The risk of solute overload causing congested states with peripheral and pulmonary edema is directly proportional to the electrolyte concentrations of the injection.
Clinical evaluation and periodic laboratory determinations are necessary to monitor changes in fluid balance, electrolyte concentrations, and acid base balance during prolonged parenteral therapy or whenever the condition of the patient warrants such evaluation.
Safety and effectiveness of 5% Dextrose and Electrolyte No. 48 Injection (Multiple Electrolytes and Dextrose Injection, Type 1, USP) in pediatric patients have not been established by adequate and well controlled trials, however, the use of dextrose and electrolytes solutions in the pediatric population is referenced in the medical literature.
www.rxlist.com /cgi/generic4/d4e48_wcp.htm   (1047 words)

 Complete Electrolyte Jell Cups information from Drugs.com
Electrolyte Jell Cups is a carbohydrate and electrolyte combination.
Electrolyte Jell Cups may be taken with or without food.
Electrolyte Jell Cups is to be used only by the patient for whom it is prescribed.
www.drugs.com /cdi/electrolyte_jell_cups.html   (939 words)

 ELECTROLYTE WITH PEG - ORAL (Colyte, Golytely, Nulytely) side effects, medical uses, and drug interactions.
ELECTROLYTE WITH PEG - ORAL (Colyte, Golytely, Nulytely) side effects, medical uses, and drug interactions.
Caution is advised when prescribing or using this drug in the elderly because they may be more sensitive to the drug's side effects.
Read 11 more electrolyte with peg-oral related articles...
www.medicinenet.com /electrolyte_with_peg-oral/article.htm   (501 words)

 electrolyte: Blogs, Photos, Videos and more on Technorati
I got a phone call yesterday from C-B. Apparently, I'm low on Calcium serum levels.
Yet another 2007 study done by the Exercise Physiology and Metabolism Laboratory at the University of Texas shows that by consuming a carbohydrate and protein beverage resulted in reduced muscle damage compared to a placebo who consumed an electrolyte and artificial beverage.
Blog posts tagged electrolyte per day for the past 30 days.
www.technorati.com /tag/electrolyte   (605 words)

 MySpace.com - Electrolyte - Southampton/Oxford, UK - Alternative / Indie / Rock - www.myspace.com/electrolyteband
Conceived at Glastonbury 2003, Electrolyte's line-up underwent a series of alterations until the arrival of Dan and Robin in the summer of 2004.
Since then they have been gigging regularly in the Southampton and Oxford areas, as well as writing and recording their own material.
Pale Rider is my profile song because it is a tune, but not in the sense that hip hop and other various displays of fl musical culture are "bangin tunes".
www.myspace.com /electrolyteband   (1015 words)

 SRI International Licenses Ultracapacitor and Nonflammable Electrolyte Technologies to Sanyo Electronic Components
SRI developed a nonflammable electrolyte in response to widespread concerns about the flammability of rechargeable electrolyte.
SANYO Electronic Components is planning to commercialize the ultracapacitor and nonflammable electrolyte technologies and to make samples available to customers late in FY 1999.
SRI’s ability to address the key issues of performance, safety and cost could open up the market even further, potentially extending rechargeable ultracapacitor applicability to power tools, toys and electric vehicles, for example, where safety is of utmost importance.
www.sri.com /news/releases/7-27-98.html   (394 words)

 Interpretation of Electrolyte Invasion Data for Ion-exchange Polymers
IN recent years two quite independent theories have been developed to account for the observed electrolyte invasion properties of ion-exchange polymers.
is the number of counter or gegen ions in a molecule of electrolyte,
are the mean internal and external activity coefficients of the electrolyte, respectively.
www.nature.com /nature/journal/v211/n5055/abs/2111293a0.html   (250 words)

 Crank Sports - e-Gel Electrolyte Energy Gel and e-Fuel Electrolyte Sports Drink - Home .. ..
The result is energy and hydration, but insufficient electrolyte replacement.
With nearly 4 times the electrolyte levels of traditional energy gels, e-Gel's Electrolyte Energy formulation is designed to provide complete and balanced electrolyte replacement in addition to sustained energy and hydration when taken with water as recommended.
Complex carbohydrates for sustained energy supplemented with electrolytes, antioxidants and amino acids, all with the unparalleled convenience of a liquid concentrate.
www.cranksports.com   (335 words)

 Electrolyte definition - Medical Dictionary definitions of popular medical terms easily defined on MedTerms
Electrolyte: An electrolyte is a substance that will dissociate into ions in solution and acquire the capacity to conduct electricity.
The electrolytes include sodium, potassium, chloride, calcium and phosphate.
(The clue to the word electrolyte is in the lyte which comes from the Greek lytos meaning that may be dissolved.)
www.medterms.com /script/main/art.asp?articlekey=3215   (191 words)

 ELECTROLYTE SOLUTION - ORAL (Equalyte, Pedialyte) side effects, medical uses, and drug interactions.
ELECTROLYTE SOLUTION - ORAL (Equalyte, Pedialyte) side effects, medical uses, and drug interactions.
home > electrolyte solution-oral index > electrolyte solution-oral article
www.medicinenet.com /electrolyte_solution-oral/article.htm   (407 words)

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