chloridaemia etymology

English word chloridaemia comes from English chloride, English -aemia

Detailed word origin of chloridaemia

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
chloride English (eng) (chemistry) any salt of hydrochloric acid, such as sodium chloride, or any binary compound of chlorine and another element or radical.
-aemia English (eng) (British spelling) Blood.. (British spelling, medicine) Referring to the state or condition of the blood.
chloridaemia English (eng) (pathology) The presence of chloride in the blood.

Words with the same origin as chloridaemia

Descendants of chloride
chloridate chloridic chloridise chloridize hypochloridaemia
Descendants of -aemia
acidaemia alcoholaemia bilirubinaemia carbonæmia euvolemia gametocytaemia hypalbuminemia hyperindicanaemia hyperlipidaemia hyperlipoidaemia hyperlipoproteinaemia hyperphosphataemia hyperprolactinaemia hypertriglyceridaemia hypocholesterolaemia hypolipidaemia hypouricaemia insulinaemia ketonaemia lacticaemia lithaemia spanaemia tyrosinaemia