pH of bodily tissues
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Mon Sep 11 09:46:22 EST 1995
On Sun, 27 Aug 1995 17:13:33 +0100,
Graeme Price <g.e.price at bham.ac.uk> wrote:
>In article <41ndpr$hdb at ixnews2.ix.netcom.com>, chicago at ix.netcom.com
>> In <41matk$r5e at newsbf02.news.aol.com> stevenm47 at aol.com (StevenM47)
>> >From what I understand, the risk of infection increases in an acidic
>> >environment. That's all I know. Sorry
>> >The Quest for Knowledge is never ending...may we all find peace.
>> What is the pH of the cerebral spinal fluid? What is the pH of breast
>> milk? What is the pH of saliva? What is the pH of blood? What is the
>> pH of tears? What is the pH of bronchial secretions? What is the pH
>> of any bodily fluid that I have not mentioned?
>According to Churchill's medical dictionary, the normal pH of arterial
>blood is in the range 7.35-7.45, whilst urine is in the range 4.5-8.0
>(depending on diet) but averages about pH 6.0. There is no data in this
>book on pH of bodily tissues or other fluids, although if I recall
>correctly inflammatory exudates are acidic. If you still want more data,
>try cross-posting to sci.med.pathology.
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