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Metabolic Acidosis & Alkalosis

by Thad Wilson, PhD
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    The lecture Metabolic Acidosis & Alkalosis by Thad Wilson, PhD is from the course Acid-Base Balance.


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    1. Large decrease in PCO2
    2. Small increase in PCO2
    3. Large increase in PCO2
    4. Small decrease in PCO2
    5. No change in PCO2
    1. High pCO2, high bicarbonate and pH normal or slightly elevated.
    2. Low pCO2, low bicarbonate, low pH.
    3. Low pCO2, high bicarbonate, and high pH.
    4. Low p CO2, normal bicarbonate and, high pH.
    1. Metabolic Acidosis
    2. Metabolic Alkalosis
    3. No acid base imbalance
    4. Respiratory Acidosis
    5. Respiratory Alkalosis
    1. ...Bicarbonate reabsorption is decreased.
    2. ... Hydrogen ion secretion is increased.
    3. ...Urinary acidity is increased.
    4. ...Urinary ammonia is increased.
    1. ...Associated with hyperkalemia.
    2. ...Associated with decreased ionic calcium concentration.
    3. ...Can be caused due to primary hyperaldosteronism.
    4. ...Can be caused due to renin secreting tumor.
    5. ...can be caused by prolonged vomiting.
    1. Respiratory acidosis
    2. Respiratory alkalosis
    3. Metabolic acidosis
    4. Metabolic alkalosis
    5. Normal

    Author of lecture Metabolic Acidosis & Alkalosis

     Thad Wilson, PhD

    Thad Wilson, PhD


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    There is a minor mistake
    By Esi D. on 09. August 2017 for Metabolic Acidosis & Alkalosis

    On the slide about respiratory compensation for metabolic acidosis, the compensation slope with decrease Pco2 level has a PCO2 value of 60 which should be 20. Becauase in respiratory Compensation for MA PCO2 slightly decreases That is just a typo, but can been confusing The lecture itself is very good