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P1.M1.R1.R2.9.A 20 mL blood sample is taken from a patientwith lactic acidosis. The pH is measured andfound to be below physiological pH. Whatmust be true of the [OH] of the sample?
10.The patients in the study have developedlactic acidosis due to hypoxia. The lactatedehydrogenase reaction is:The ratio of lactate to pyruvate is 10:1 in cells
of a healthy individual. If the cells of patientsin the study have an average ratio of 20:1,
7.Why is the anion gap generally greater inpatients suffering from lactic acidosis?which of the following is most likely to alsobe true?
8.Typically, serum lactate level is measured todetermine the severity of lactic acidosis. Whyis this not the ideal approach in the experimentwith Hartmann’s solution from the passage?A.Acid anions other than lactate are alsorelevant in causing lactic acidosis.B.Hypoalbuminemia may be masking theeffects of a heightened lactate concentration.C.Hartmann’s solution will confound themeasurement of serum lactate.D.It is not clear whether each patient’slactic acidosis is caused by Hartmann’ssolution or exercise.
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400Chem/Phys 2: ScientificReasoning on the MCATPASSAGE 1 (QUESTIONS 1–4)The adult male human body is composed of approximately 60 percent water. The blood (which islargely water) is packed with various solutes that are carried to all parts of the body. Of these solutes,salt makes up a significant portion. Sparingly soluble salts are similar to the salt in the blood in thatthey are ionic compounds, but they only dissociate somewhat in water. Two scientists developed

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