If exposed in large amounts on a daily basis how can it effect someone? How does the human body metabolize it? Is it possible to have a positive urine test for alcohol when exposed at high levels?
When using sodium bicarbonate in a laboratory setting can it be absorbed thru the skin?
- 28 May 2010 by jillharris78
- 31 May 2010
- diabetic ketoacidosis (dka), hyperkalemia, asystole, hyperuricemia secondary to chemotherapy, metabolic acidosis, urinary alkalinization, sodium bicarbonate
- Sodium Bicarbonate Information for Consumers
- Sodium Bicarbonate Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Sodium Bicarbonate (detailed)
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