About Blood Ph
Hello Doc permission to ask, if the pH of the blood increases is there a relationship with the heart rate? What will happen huh dock? Thank you dock
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The blood condition is very important to be maintained with the right Ph because this will greatly affect the condition of the body's cells which will become part of the body's organs. Where the normal pH is 7.35 - 7.45 and this must be in these conditions because the acidic or basic conditions of the area will affect the workings of the organs of the body and this must be corrected immediately which causes the condition to become acidic or basic. Some things that can be the cause are
Kidney disorders where usually associated with the function of disposal
Pulmonary disorders related to o2 and co2 exchange
However, this can be related to where heart problems such as heart leaks occur, the blood carried may be mixed so that lung function for exchange will decrease so this is still possible. Seeing this you should if you experience these disorders should consult your heart abnormalities with a heart specialist
Thus information may be useful