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What is the definition or description of: acidosis?

What is the definition or description of: acidosis?

Acid build up: Normally our body chemistry is kept in a narrow range, and in particular the amount of acid in the body is kept within a narrow range. The amount of acid is measured by a value called the ph. It is normally a value between 7.35 and 7.45, values below 7.35 are considered to be "acidotic" a patient with this value of the blood chemistry would have an "acidosis". ...Read more

Acidosis (Definition)

Normally our body chemistry is kept in a narrow range, and in particular the amount of acid in the body is kept within a narrow range. The amount of acid is measured by a value called the ph. It is normally a value between 7.35 and 7.45, values below 7.35 are considered to be "acidotic" a patient with this value of the blood chemistry ...Read more


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What is diabetic keto acidosis?

What is diabetic keto acidosis?

DKA: A metabolic emergency for patients primarily with type 1 diabetes, DKA symptoms include those of high blood sugars initially. As the ketones build up, patients may have a fruity odor on the breath, get abdominal pain & vomit. Because they're already urinating a lot, dehydration can get bad. Some may breathe fast, get headaches, have altered consciousness. Without proper treatment, death imminent. ...Read more

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What causes diabetic keto acidosis?

What causes diabetic keto acidosis?

Dka: Diabetic ketoacidosis is a condition whereby glucose which is used by cells for energy is not made available to the cells due to a lack of insulin. The lack of Insulin causes a dramatic rise in blood sugar triggering a host of meatbolic derangemants including dehydration as well as the production of ketones which are toxic as it raises the bodies acid level and will affect potassium levels. ...Read more

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What exactly is hyperchloremic acidosis?

Loss of fixed base: This is lost from the body when the proximal renal tubule does a poor job of reabsorbing bicarbonate, (sodium bicarbonate) drainage of pancreatic fluid, diarrhea (usually rich in potassium and bicarbonate), and a few less common entities. It's a sign on a lab report intended to guide treatment rather than a disease itself. Great question, and thanks for asking. ...Read more

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What is hyperchloremic acidosis? What causes it?

Bicarb wasting: This is a physiologic disturbance when the kidney tubules don't do a good job of reabsorbing sodium bicarbonate. Or the bicarb may be wasted as diarrhea, or chloride overloaded by normal saline infusions, ...Read more

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What sort of problem is acidosis of the blood?

What sort of problem is acidosis of the blood?

Let's get specific: In the absence of obvious disease / poisoning, perhaps you have been told you have metabolic acidosis (complicates a host of illnesses and especially some of the diabetes / metabolic syndrome pills) or renal tubular acidosis (mild-to-serious problem handling bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate).) some charlatans diagnose "blood acidosis" without basis. ...Read more

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When you ascend to high elevation acidosis or alkalosis?

Respiratory: alkalosis by increasing ventilation reducing carbon dioxide ...Read more

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Alkalosis and acidosis--is there a visual to see how they work?

Respir. alkalosis: There are. Try one or more of these visuals garnered by google. https://www.google.com/search?q=respiratory+alkalosis&hl=en&rls=com.microsoft:en-us&prmd=imvns&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=x&ei=k58eujrmomjc2wxz7ztibq&ved=0ceoq_auoaq&biw=1680&bih=869. ...Read more

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Why does renal secretion of nh3 and nh4+ increase during the process of acidosis?

Acidosis: I would go to wikipedia for a great discussion of this issue. Basically one way to excrete H ion. Do a wikipedia on Metabolic Waste ...Read more

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What's lactic acidosis?

Lactate + low pH: Lowered ph in your blood accompanied with a build-up of lactate. ...Read more