Dependent on if it is respiratory or metabolic what

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Dependent on if it is respiratory or metabolic.What are the normal ranges of CO2 and HCO3 in the blood?:RespiratoryAcidosisNormal pCO2RangeRespiratoryAlkalosis< 4040 mm Hg>40Metabolic AcidosisNormal HCO3-RangeMetabolic Alkalosis< 2424 mmol/liter>24Staying in balance is critical. In order to achieve balance, the body will compensate for high or low values. oHow does the body compensate for respiratory disturbances? oHow does the body compensate for metabolic disturbances?Fill in the chart below regarding each of the major acid-base imbalances and how are they compensated.You may want to draw a picture of what symptoms you might see or how the body would respond. Share any great insights with a friend!BIO 265 Page 18
BIO 265 | Module 7: Urinary System and Acid Base RegulationRespiratory AcidosisRespiratory AlkalosispH:pC02:HCO3:pH:pCO2:HC03:Picture of Causes and Symptoms:Picture of Causes and Symptoms:How does the body Compensate? How do lab values change?How does the body Compensate? How do lab values change?Metabolic AcidosisMetabolic AlkalosispH:pC02:HCO3:pH:pCO2:HC03:Picture of Causes and Symptoms:Picture of Causes and Symptoms:How does the body Compensate? How do lab values change?How does the body Compensate? How do lab values change?BIO 265 Page 19
BIO 265 | Module 7: Urinary System and Acid Base RegulationVideo Resources:oAcid-Base Balance by Alila Medical Media: -JUoABG Interpretation (basic) Easy and Simple: oCompensation of Respiratory and Metabolic Acidosis and Alkalosis: oABG Interpretation: Take Quiz 265_7_04BIO 265 Page 20

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