Figure 3 :(A and B) After 60 min, acidosis is severe in the test group (P = 0.031, WSR test, n = 7) than in the control group (P = 0.016, WSR test, n = 7). (C and D) Urine pH is acidic in controls by 90 min, whereas it remains alkaline in tests (P = 0.026, MWU test, n = 6 for test and 7 for control). (E) Urine pH remains high even when blood pH has dropped below 7.1 in tests. (F) Blood potassium has increased significantly in controls (P = 0.039, WSR test, n = 8) while it has not changed in tests (P = 0.297, WSR test, n = 7). At 60 min, blood K+ levels in control groups were significantly higher than in tests (P = 0.017, MWU test).