Definición de isotonic en inglés:

isotonic

Saltos de línea: iso|ton¦ic
Pronunciación: /ˌʌɪsə(ʊ)ˈtɒnɪk
 
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adjetivo

  • 1 Physiology (Of muscle action) taking place with normal contraction.
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    • These properties are in agreement with recent experiments on the isotonic response of single muscle fibers carried out by Edman and Curtin.
    • A good example of isotonic contraction would be free weight training.
    • This exercise piece is specifically designed for isometric and isotonic neck muscle testing and exercise.
  • 2 Physiology Denoting or relating to a solution having the same osmotic pressure as some other solution, especially one in a cell or a body fluid.
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    • Any solutions, such as antibiotic or isotonic solution, should be included on the label.
    • Vasopressin continued to act in patients excreting isotonic or hypertonic urine, so hypotonic intake must be avoided in them.
    • Standard BAL was then performed using three aliquots of 50-ml sterile isotonic saline.
  • 3(Of a drink) containing essential salts and minerals in the same concentration as in the body and intended to replace those lost as a result of sweating during vigorous exercise.
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    • When you start the London marathon, you've got crowds cheering, you've got pretty girls giving you isotonic drinks.
    • I will start with nutritional supplements, gels, isotonic drinks, power bars and creatine.
    • It was a mile and a half up a long hill, before I reached the next isotonic drinks station.

Derivativos

isotonically

adverbio
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  • When extracellular K + was replaced isotonically with Na +, ionic currents reversed at significantly more depolarized membrane potentials.
  • In other studies, KCl in the electrode solution was substituted by NaCl isotonically to give a solution containing 65mM NaCl.

isotonicity

Pronunciación: /-təˈnɪsɪti/
sustantivo
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  • We used this convenient notation for simplicity, keeping in mind that this notation slightly overestimated the tonicity difference from isotonicity.
  • Sodium chloride solutions having ionic strengths of 14.5 mM - 145 mM were prepared using distilled water, with sorbitol added as appropriate to maintain isotonicity.
  • Once the solid material had been dissolved there could be a bit of adjustment to get the solution toward isotonicity.

Origen

early 19th century (as a musical term designating a system of tuning, characterized by equal intervals): from Greek isotonos, from isos 'equal' + tonos 'tone'.

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