How Do The Kidneys Compensate Respiratory Acidosis Quizlet

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Respiratory acidosis #sign and symptoms of Respiratory acidosis Respiratory acidosis ABGs Analyse https://youtu.be/L5MWy1iHacI Plz share n subscribe my chanel is a condition that occurs when the lungs cant remove enough of the Suctioning https://youtu.be/hMJGkxvXTW0 carbon dioxide (CO2) produced by the body. Excess CO2 causes the pH of blood and other bodily fluids to decrease, making them too acidic. Normally, the body is able to balance the ions that control acidity. This balance is measured on a pH scale from 0 to 14. Acidosis occurs when the pH of the blood falls below 7.35 (normal blood pH is between 7.35 and 7.45).Rinku Chaudhary NSG officer AMU ALIGARH https://www.facebook.com/rinkutch/ Respiratory acidosis is typically caused by an underlying disease or condition. This is also called respiratory failure or ventilatory failure. Suctioning https://youtu.be/hMJGkxvXTW0 Normally, the lungs take in oxygen and exhale CO2. Oxygen passes from the lungs into the blood. CO2 passes from the blood into the lungs. However, sometimes the lungs cant remove enough CO2. This may be due to a decrease in respiratory rate or decrease in air movement due to an underlying condition such as: asth

Hypercapnia, Hyperkalemia, Respiratory Acidosis: Causes & Diagnoses | Symptoma.com

[] regional hyperinflation oxygenation target: SpO2 90%, PaO2 60mmHg carbon dioxide target: ARDSnet aimed for a normal CO2 - but lung is exposed to repeated tidal stretch, ideally hypercapnia [lifeinthefastlane.com] Respiratory alkalosis may be present early in the course of the disease; hypercarbia and respiratory acidosis develop as the disease progresses. [amfs.com] With this type of ventilation, higher levels of CO 2 can be tolerated ( permissive hypercapnia ). [amboss.com] [] tested, but it also generated high inspiratory pressures, between 25 and 30cm H 2 O, despite the selection of a minimal tidal volume (5ml/kg) and the use of permissive hypercapnia [bmcpediatr.biomedcentral.com] Disruption of the subunit of the epithelial Na channel in mice: hyperkalemia and neonatal death associated with a pseudohypoaldosteronism phenotype . [nature.com] Prolonged or difficult parturition can cause acidosis in the foal which can also lead to respiratory distress. [vetstream.com] The ECG manifestations of hyperkalemia begin with peaked T waves. [foamcast.org] acidosis from hypoxia and metabolic acidosis secondary to lactic acid generation from poor tissue perfusion, impaired hepatic metab Continue reading >>

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    While not eating carbs leads to less plaque (the sticky stuff you brush off every day) it has somehow attributed to a big increase in calculus/tartar (the hard stuff we scrape off) formation on my own teeth. I was on keto for 6 months and every week I had a slight bit of tartar forming on my teeth,I would remove and it kept persisting until I went off keto and then returned to normal and did not form it anymore. I did this three times in the past 2 years to see if it really was being in ketosis that changed it, and it definitely was the culprit. Now my question is this harmful to other areas of your body? Let's say more kidney stones or more calcified heart valves or arteries? I am leary of future health problems although I am a big believer and lover of the keto diet.

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    I can confirm I have tartar buildup.
    But I do like to scrape it lol.

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    I've been 2.5 years keto and it has caused massive tartar buildup which I need to clean regularly. However, since going keto the dentist claims my gums are the healthiest that she has seen. Additionally after going keto I 100% stopped having cavities. 100% of my pre keto visits were accompanied with the discovery of new cavities. Just another anecdote for the ketoscience sub :)

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In order to maintain pH Kidneys try to compensate to respiratory acid-base disorders and lungs try to compensate for metabolic disorders Compensation NEVER Over-Corrects pH! (As a rule, compensation restores pH toward normal, but Not completely TO normal) - If pH is acidemic (pH < 7.4), acidosis is the primary acid-base disorder and if pH is alkalemic (pH > 7.4), alkalosis is the primary Compensation in Metabolic Acidosis vs Respiratory Acidosis 1.) In metabolic acidosis (low pH, low HCO3), alveolar ventilation increases creating a respiratory alkalosis (low PCO2) in order to return pH toward the normal range 2.) In Respiratory acidosis (low pH, high PCO2), kidneys excrete H+ and create a metabolic alkalosis (high HCO3) in order to return pH toward the normal range Degree of Compensation: Metabolic Disorders Every 1mmol/L drop in [HCO3] expect 1mmHg drop in PCO2 (from 40) Every 1mmol/L rise in [HCO3] expect 0.6mmHg rise in PCO2 Degree of Compensation: Respiratory Disorders Every 10mmHg rise in PCO2 Expect 1mmol rise in HCO3 Every 10mmHg rise in PCO2 Expect 3.5mmol rise in HCO3 Every 10mmHg fall in PCO2 Expect 2mmol fall in HCO3 Every 10mmHg fall in PCO2 Expect 4mmol fall in HCO3 M Continue reading >>

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    I know I talk a big game about knowing where all my symptoms come from (as far as mold goes), but I've been having this issue lately where I drink about 2.5 cups of bulletproof coffee (sometimes with a breakfast of pure meat, like extremely organic pork sausage or a burger), and I start to sweat and itch, mostly on my forearms (weird).
    Lately, actually, I've been getting some B.O., too, which is different than say 3 months ago. I've actually only recently started drinking coffee regularly (probably 3 months ago, actually), and I didn't really get these symptoms from drinking BP cacao tea. I don't want to give up coffee, though. It is too helpful in my work and in my mood. I hope that you all aren't going to tell me I have to give it up, LOL.
    A few possibilities for the origins of these symptoms:
    -Perhaps I am dumping magnesium (usually have to go to the bathroom several times throughout the morning until 2 pm lunchtime). I have heard using magnesium oil on your pits can actually resolve B.O., and I have used this method with good results, proving (at least to me) that magnesium deficits and BO are connected. Drinking coffee can cause magnesium wasting, I have read, which is weird, because it supposedly has a ton of it. Maybe that's one of the reasons it makes you start to expel magnesium and have to go to the bathroom all of a sudden? Anyone know anything about this? I still supplement with magnesium (about 250-400 mg near the end of the day/before bed), but it doesn't really fix the issue, though the BO is not usually there at night (which my wife is thankful for).
    -I recently took a course of lufenuron (the most effective candida killer), which usually results in a sore throat from strep/staph bacterial overgrowth and some other weird symptoms. This was like a month ago, and it's otherwise starting to resolve into more energy and less filmy saliva (I know some of you think candida isn't a big issue, but I don't really want to argue about that right now). Perhaps I am having an overgrowth of the bacteria in the armpits that make you stink (due to the lack of yeast that are usually there fighting them off), and their die-off is causing this issue/aroma (stench I mean)?
    -I am experiencing a ketosis reaction. I don't really need to burn fat (I weigh only 165 lbs---up from 155 lbs last year, due to lifting lots of weights, hopefully). However, I might be burning fat anyway, because I am fairly low carb. I eat the equivalent of a handful of rice or a half-to-a-whole sweet potato per day, along with my incidental carbs from an avocado and a handful of nuts every day. I'd like to be able to eat more carbs (like the Jaminet-recommended 50-100 g/day), but they used to make me feel entirely weak (in my opinion, from the candida overgrowth---again, don't want to argue that I have a candida issue; I am certain that I did/still kind of do), and actually when I have too much fructose from fruit or honey, I still feel dizzy, weak, or otherwise crappy pretty much right away. If this is the problem, it's kind of like being stuck between a rock and a hard place. I have also read that candida feeds on ketones, so I've tried to find the sweet spot where I don't get too much glucose for them to eat and not too many ketones are put out. My life is hard, LOL.
    The itching/sweating sensation actually happens when I'm working out (heavy lifting/circuit training) sometimes, so that might be a clue.
    Thanks for taking my case! I trust the people in the forums more than any doctor, so thanks in advance, BP sleuths!

  2. Jimmm

    I have noticed myself on a couple of occasions that after drinking coffee, then doing either exercise or being physically active (sweating?) and not drinking much of anything else, my legs would begin itching non-stop. The the last time it happened I realized it, drank a bunch of water and it stopped. I know that coffee can dehydrate you, so perhaps that combined with physical activity and the hot/humid weather can lead to extremities becoming itchy. ....or maybe pure coincidence.

  3. DMan

    Do you guys still loose weight?
    Could be some toxins released from within body fat...

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Acid-base Balance Flashcards | Quizlet

occurs when there is an excess of any body acid, except H2CO3 (carbonic acid) what are the two causes of metabolic acidosis? excess acid production can occur as a result of many conditions. what conditions? (4) -diabetic ketacidocis from total absence of insulin in the body -lactic acidosis,lack of oxygen in the tissues which cause production of lactic acid in tissues -kidney diseases, which prevent elimination of acid in the body how excess acid can appear in extracellular fluids? (amount of what where) explain what happens as result of these concentrations -as excess of K+ into cells, H+ comes out -excessive diarrhea, which causes the lose of bicarbonate, which is plentiful in intestinal fluid what happens in emphysema? how affect plasma? -alveolar walls disintegrate over time, producing large air spaces that remain filled with gases during expiration -This condition reduces the surface area in the lung available for exchange of O2 and CO2 -As a result of this process, CO2 becomes trapped in the alveoli and plasma levels of CO2 rise what is the cause of respiratory alkalosis? (2) b. elimination of too much CO2 or build up of CO2 in the body Respiratory alkalosis occurs whe too m Continue reading >>

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  1. dropped9

    I think I have narrowed down what is causing me to not be in ketosis...
    OH NO!
    Does it knock you out of ketosis?

  2. peauk

    I'd say for me no. I started off drinking my usual 5 cups a day, and was in ketosis. I reduced it & I was drinking 1 cup a day & still in ketosis. I think it varies from person to person whether it causes your weight loss to stall.

  3. CarlG

    Maybe try a half and half mix of regular and decaf to see if that helps at all? I have 12 oz of that every day with good steady weight loss while still getting my morning ritual / boost.

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