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Chem1024AcidosisAlkalosisDiagnosticQuestions

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Dr. Jim Bloxton Name: Chemistry 1024 Acidosis Alkalosis Diagnostic Questions 1. Would you expect involuntary shallow breathing to be a symptom of metabolic alkalosis? Explain. 2. Hemodialysis is a treatment for which of the four primary acid-base blood disorders? In order to receive credit for this question all primary acid-base disorders that have this treatment must be given. 3. Alcohol poisoning is a cause for which of the four primary acid-base blood disorders? In order to receive credit for this question all primary acid-base disorders that have this cause must be given. 4. A patient is disorientated and has lab results that indicate pH of 7.16; pCO 2 of 28 mm Hg; and [HCO 3 - ] of 10 meq/L. The normal range of pCO 2 is 35-45 mm Hg. The normal range of [HCO 3 - ] is 19-24 meq/L. Which of the four primary acid-base blood disorders are these symptoms and lab results consistent with? 5. Is breathing into a sack or administration of carbon dioxide a possible treatment for metabolic acidosis? Explain.
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