acid-base disturbance


acid-base disturbance
нарушение кислотно-щелочного равновесия

disturbance of the peace — нарушение общественного порядка

emotional disturbance — нарушение эмоционального развития

ecological disturbance — нарушение экологической системы

operating disturbance — эксплуатационное нарушение

family disturbance — нарушение семейных отношений


English-Russian big medical dictionary. 2005.

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