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pH: 7.30
pCO2: 52
pO2: 75
HCO3: 24

Respiratory acidosis

2

pH: 7.50
pCO2: 28
pO2: 110
HCO3: 30

Mixed alkalosis

3

pH: 7.29
pCO2: 38
pO2: 95
HCO3: 20

Metabolic acidosis

4

pH: 7.52
pCO2: 40
pO2: 90
HCO3: 32

Metabolic alkalosis

5

pH: 7.51
pCO2: 22
pO2: 120
HCO3: 24

Respiratory alkalosis

6

pH: 7.25
pCO2: 60
pO2: 65
HCO3: 18

Mixed acidosis

7

pH: 7.28
pCO2: 64
pO2: 80
HCO3: 26

Respiratory acidosis

8

pH: 7.49
pCO2: 28
pO2: 130
HCO3: 25

Respiratory alkalosis

9

pH: 7.22
pCO2: 70
pO2: 80
HCO3: 19

Mixed acidosis

10

pH: 7.57
pCO2: 21
pO2: 80
HCO3: 32

Mixed alkalosis

11

pH: 7.31
pCO2: 40
pO2: 80
HCO3: 19

Metabolic acidosis

12

pH: 7.49
pCO2: 42
pO2: 91
HCO3: 34

Metabolic alkalosis

13

Tachypnea is associated with ______ (metabolic/respiratory) ______ (alkalosis/acidosis).

Respiratory alkalosis

14

Vomiting is associated with ______ (metabolic/respiratory) ______ (alkalosis/acidosis).

Metabolic alkalosis

15

You order a blood gas on a mechanically ventilated patient in the ICU. Here's the result: ph: 7.28, pCO2: 60, pO2 70, HCO3: 24. How would you classify the derangement?

Respiratory acidosis

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You order a blood gas on a mechanically ventilated patient in the ICU. Here's the result: ph: 7.28, pCO2: 60, pO2 70, HCO3: 24. You might treat this condition by ______ (increasing/decreasing) the ventilatory rate and/or volume.

increasing

17

Diarrhea is associated with ______ (metabolic/respiratory) ______ (alkalosis/acidosis).

Metabolic acidosis

18

A patient with an acute airway obstruction would most likely develop ______ (metabolic/respiratory) ______ (alkalosis/acidosis).

Respiratory acidosis

19

A patient suffering from a panic attack begins hyperventilating. He is most at risk for developing ______ (metabolic/respiratory) ______ (alkalosis/acidosis).

Respiratory alkalosis

20

DKA is a classic metabolic acidosis. You expect a patient with DKA to present with a ______ (high/low) bicarb.

Low