Introduction to Stewart’s Model of Physiological Acid-Base Chemistry.

Clinical acid-base chemistry forms an integral part of the education of medical professionals, and is essential for the management of many patients in an acute care setting.Traditional approaches to this topic make use of over-simplified arguments which introduce a number of ambiguities and explanatory inadequacies.  In this course, you will learn about Stewart’s model and how it uses a formal solution equilibrium approach which facilitates a clearer understanding of the process. A number of clinical examples are given to illustrate the power of this approach and the contrast with the more traditional teaching of the subject.

Created by: Wits University

Level: Introductory

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