Definition of acidosis in English:

acidosis

noun

Medicine
  • [mass noun] An excessively acid condition of the body fluids or tissues.

    • ‘The urine ketone dip test was highly sensitive for diabetic ketoacidosis and diabetic ketosis with or without acidosis.’
    • ‘She had the respiratory distress and metabolic acidosis of severe malaria, and needed blood urgently.’
    • ‘Arterial blood gas analysis should be performed to exclude hypoxia and acidosis as contributors to pulmonary hypertension.’
    • ‘Lactic acidosis, rhabdomyolysis, and multiple organ dysfunction syndromes can complicate this disease.’
    • ‘Illnesses include ailments resulting from mineral deposition caused by acidosis, arthritis, and arteriosclerosis.’

Pronunciation:

acidosis

/ˌasɪˈdəʊsɪs/