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Respiratory Acidosis & Alkalosis

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


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    1. Large decrease in HCO₃₋
    2. Small decrease in HCO₃₋
    3. Small increase in HCO₃₋
    4. Large increase in HCO₃₋
    1. Pulmonary embolism
    2. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    3. Neuromuscular deformities
    4. Chest wall deformity
    5. Obesity
    1. Breathing rate
    2. pH
    3. HCO₃
    4. PO₂
    5. PaCO₂
    1. Respiratory Acidosis, partially compensated
    2. Respiratory acidosis, uncompensated
    3. Metabolic alkalosis, uncompensated
    4. Metabolic acidosis, partially compensated
    5. No acid-base imbalance
    1. 25 mmol/unit of pH
    2. 35 mmol/unit of pH
    3. 15 mmol/unit of pH
    4. 20 mmol/unit of pH
    5. 30 mmol/unit of pH
    1. Bicarbonate buffer
    2. Protein buffer
    3. Ammonia buffer
    4. Phosphate buffer
    5. All of the above
    1. Laryngeal obstruction
    2. Fever
    3. Anxiety
    4. Complication of type 1 diabetes mellitus
    5. Salicylate toxicity
    1. pH 7.25, PaCO₂ 50 mmHg
    2. pH 7.35, PaCO₂ 40 mmHg
    3. pH 7.50, PaCO₂ 52 mmHg
    4. pH 7.52, PaCO₂ 28 mmHg
    5. pH 7.56, PaCO₂26 mmHg
    1. Respiratory alkalosis
    2. Metabolic acidosis
    3. Respiratory acidosis
    4. Metabolic alkalosis
    5. Normal acid-base balance

    Author of lecture Respiratory Acidosis & Alkalosis

     Thad Wilson, PhD

    Thad Wilson, PhD


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    Organized, simple lectures to help understand somewhat difficult concepts.
    By Bessie S. on 15. December 2016 for Respiratory Acidosis & Alkalosis

    Dr. Wilson does an excellent job in breaking down concepts of acid-base balance in the body and making it plain. He also provides some additional tricks/tools that you may not get in your regular lectures, but will definitely help on an exam. These lectures are top notch, just excellent!