Your answer: [H ] will decrease and [HCO ] will increase. 1 CO 2 + 3 - + 3 - Predict Question 2: What effect do you think raising the P will have on [H ] and [HCO ] in the urine? Your answer: [H ] will increase and [HCO ] will decrease. 2 CO 2 + 3 - + 3 - The condition you just simulated is You correctly answered: respiratory alkalosis caused by hyperventilation. 1
4/18/2020 PhysioEx Exercise 10 Activity 3 2/3 Experiment Data P (mm Hg) Blood pH [H ] in Urine [HCO ] in Urine 40 7.38 normal normal 30 7.58 decreased elevated 60 7.28 elevated decreased Post-lab Quiz Results You scored 100% by answering 4 out of 4 questions correctly. Review Sheet Results Can the renal system fully compensate for acidosis or alkalosis? You correctly answered: No, neither for respiratory alkalosis nor respiratory acidosis. 2 CO 2 + 3 - When adjusting the controls, what happens to the blood pH when you lower the P ? You correctly answered: The pH increases. 1 CO 2 In uncompensated respiratory alkalosis, the You correctly answered: carbon dioxide levels of the blood are low.
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