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Causes of M acidosis

Chapter 14 Causes of Acidosis

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Excessive oxidation of fatty acids, diabetic ketoacidosis, starvation overproduction of hydrogen ions, metabolic acidosis
hypermetabolism, heavy exercise, seizure activity, fever, hypoxia, ischemia overproduction of hydrogen ions, metabolic acidosis
excessive ingestion of acids, ethanol intoxication, methanol ingestion, salicylate intoxication overproduction of hydrogen ions, metabolic acidosis
renal failure underelimination of hydrogen ions, metabolic acidosis
renal failure, pancreatitis, liver failure, dehydration underproduction of bicarbonate,metabolic acidosis
diarrhea, buffering of organic acids overelimination of bicarbonate, metabolic acidosis
respiratory depression, anesthetics, drugs, electrolyte imbalances, head or neck trauma underelimination of hydrogen ions, respiratory acidosis
inadequate chest expansion, skeletal deformities, muscle weakness, nonpulmonary restriction, obesity casts, eschar underelimination of hydrogen ions, respiratory acidosis
airway obstruction, alveolar capillary block underelimination of hydrogen ions, respiratory acidosis
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