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Acidifier

Acidifiers are acid.

These chemicals increase the level of gastric acid in the stomach when ingested, thus decreasing the stomach pH.

These are many types of acidifiers but the main four types are:

Definition In patients suffering from achlorhydria, there is deficient secretion of HCl in stomach. In such cases acidifiers are useful in providing the necessary acidity for the proper digestion of food. Systemic acidifiers are those which, when given usually by injection, act by reducing the alkali reserve in the body and are also useful in reducing metabolic alkaloids.[1]

References

  1. ^ Text Book of Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry by VN Rajasekaran


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