respiratory acidosis

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Synonyms for respiratory acidosis

acidosis resulting from reduced gas exchange in the lungs (as in emphysema or pneumonia)

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A significant difference was recorded in dogs under Group III when compared with control dogs which suggested that respiratory acidosis was observed in Group II as suggested by Johnson, (2008).
Metabolic alkalosis associated with compensatory respiratory acidosis, hypokalemia and hypochloremia are expected due to the extent of bowel obstruction.
respiratory acidosis with metabolic alkalosis); or if, on the contrary, it helps perpetuate the disorder (e.
His arterial blood gas analysis showed severe respiratory acidosis with a pH of 7.
Double acid base disorders were present in 73 (34%) cases followed by 64 (30%) cases of metabolic acidosis, 20 (9%) cases of metabolic alkalosis, 30 (14%) cases of respiratory acidosis and 18 cases (8%) of respiratory alkalosis.
Reticulogranular appearance was present on lung graphy of the patient who was ventilated mechanically because of respiratory failure and respiratory acidosis.
Values greater than 45 mm Hg indicate a state of respiratory acidosis that may be seen in hypoventilation, aspiration, sedative overdose, sleep apnea, acute respiratory distress syndrome, and pneumonia (Martinez & Pellico, 2013).
2] and the respiratory acidosis have been studied to examine their influence on changes in respiratory function (Cathcart et al.
Bicarbonate cannot effectively buffer respiratory acidosis because an increase in HC[O.
Arterial blood gas data at this time reflect either an uncompensated respiratory acidosis, or a mixed acidosis (acute respiratory acidosis and lactic acidosis).
The progression of metabolic changes after septic shock may lead to hypoxaemia and metabolic acidosis with a high risk of respiratory acidosis, especially in small infants who may become exhausted.
There is significant evidence of benefit with the use of noninvasive ventilation, particularly with respiratory acidosis of pH less than 7.
Repeat ABG results showed severe respiratory acidosis and metabolic acidosis.
In patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), tidal hyperinflation may occur despite limiting tidal volume and plateau pressure, strategies associated with hypercapnoea and respiratory acidosis (1,2).