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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2] in patients with metabolic alkalosis and coexistent respiratory acidosis, as was the case with this patient.
The turtles may accumulate carbon dioxide, resulting in a respiratory acidosis that is ameliorated by hyperventilation at the surface.
Primary symptoms are neonatal hypotonia and respiratory acidosis.
2] is much higher than expected, there may also be a respiratory acidosis.
Nevertheless, the CPSC reports that "severe respiratory acidosis (an indication of high C[O.
Clinical signs of aspiration include tachypnea, hypoxemia, respiratory acidosis, fever, and atelectasis or pneumonia present on chest x-ray.
2 appears to exert its damage by increasing the rats' uptake of CO and by producing an increased and prolonged respiratory acidosis (toxic acidification caused by a buildup of carbon dioxide in blood).
27 Metabolic alkalosis, respiratory acidosis, and respiratory alkalosis.
24 and 72 measured at 37[degrees] C when body temperature 25[degrees] C) indicating a respiratory acidosis.
They concluded that RBF during exercise caused respiratory acidosis at exercise intensities that were not associated with [[H.
Weaning failure from mechanical ventilation usually represents an imbalance between ventilatory demand and ventilatory capacity leading to respiratory acidosis (1,2).