THEODORE L. BLISS, M.D.
Many determinations have been made of the acids and the total chlorides in the gastric secretion, but only a few of the other inorganic constituents. All observers have found that there is an increase in the concentration of the total acid and free hydrochloric acid in the normal gastric secretion following stimulation. However, observers have found differences in the response of the chlorides to stimulation. Berglund, Wahlquist and Sherwood found that the concentration of chlorides was essentially equal to that of the hydrochloric acid titrated in the secretion from a human subject having an acidity range within normal limits, after
BLISS TL. The Acid-Base Composition of Gastric Juice During the Secretory Cycle1. Ann Intern Med. 1930;3:838–849. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-3-8-838
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