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How Do The Kidneys Compensate For Metabolic Acidosis?

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Renal Compensation - An Overview | Sciencedirect Topics

Rebecca A. Johnson, Helio Autran de Morais, in Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Disorders in Small Animal Practice (Fourth Edition) , 2012 If hypercapnia persists, renal compensation occurs to stabilize plasma at a higher concentration within 5 days.34,62,69,79, Chronic hypercapnia causes intracellular H+ to increase in the renal tubular cells. Upregulation of the Na+-H+ antiporter of the renal brush border occurs,76 and hydrogen ions are exchanged for sodium and then excreted as is reabsorbed and exchanged for Cl, resulting in an increase in plasma SID, chloruresis, and negative chloride balance.20 The chloride lost in the urine decreases urine SID because the chloride is accompanied by rather than sodium ions. A new steady state is reached when the increased filtered load of resulting from the increased plasma concentration of is balanced by increased renal reabsorption of . The net effect is buffering of the respiratory acidosis and hypochloremic hyperbicarbonatemia caused by chronic hypercapnia. For each 1-mm Hg increase in Pco2, will increase 0.35mEq/L in dogs.15 (see Box 11-2). The renal response to chronic hypercapnia is not altered by moderate hypoxemia, dietary sodium or Continue reading >>

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