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Acid-base Balance Flashcards | Quizlet

Normal range of pH and compatible with life range Slower to adjust. Regulates bicarbonate level in ECF. Takes longer but lasts for days. Under control of medulla, control the CO2, and carbonic acid content of ECF. Start immediately and trigger hypo/hyperventilation. Only lasts about 24 hours More ECF then ICF. Immature kidneys. Not able to acidify urine as well as older peope. Higher risk for imbalance As people age, kidneys shrink. GFR decreases. Susceptinle to imbalace, especially sick elderly. What system is last to mature? Why is this relevant? Respiratory. This puts the preterm new born at greater risk for respiratory complications. Problems include: surfactant deficiency which leads to respiratory distress syndrome, unstable chest wall, and immature respiratory control centers. The renal system of a preterm new born is immature, reducing the baby's ability to concentrate urine and slowing the gfr. What does this result with? And what can be done to identify metabolic inconsistencies? Risk for fluid retention with fluid and electrolyte disturbances. Limited ablility to clear drugs from system. Close monitoring of preterm baby's acid base balance and electrolyte can identify m Continue reading >>

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  1. Eileen

    Keto and breastfeeding

    Just thought I'd mention:
    Keto is compatible with breastfeeding. Ketones do not pass into breastmilk and do not cause any change of nutrition or taste. You can also work out hard and sweat as much as you like, as long as you drink your water, it won't affect the milk.

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    wonderful...anyone offering samples ?

  3. johnnyironboard

    My sister in law had gestational diabetes and was on a low carb diet to control it. She gained 12 lbs during her pregnancy and the baby was a little over 8 lbs. She breast fed him and he's doing great at a little over 1 year old. She lost her pregnancy weight in about 1 month.

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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

Metabolic And Respiratory Acidosis And Alkalosis

fixed by the secretion of hydrogen, buffers in the tubular fluid, the removal of carbon dioxide, and the reabsorption of sodium bicarbonate fixed by the decreased production of hydrogen, decreased buffers in the tubular fluid, the transport of bicarbonate into the tubular fluid, and the release of hydrochloric acid into the peritubular fluid disorders resulting from the mismatch between carbon dioxide generation in the peripheral tissues and carbon dioxide excretion by the lungs disorders resulting from the generation of organic acids or fixed acids or conditions affecting the concentration of bicarbonate low pH, increased hydrogen ions, decreased bicarbonate, and low carbon dioxide pressure low pH, increased carbon dioxide, hypoventilation, and high carbon dioxide pressure high pH, decreased hydrogen ions, increased bicarbonate, and high carbon dioxide pressure high pH, decreased carbon dioxide, hyperventilation, and low carbon dioxide pressure the primary sign of respiratory acidosis is ____ the primary cause of respiratory acidosis is ____ the primary sign of respiratory alkalosis is ____ the primary cause of respiratory alkalosis is ____ metabolic acidosis results from high/lo Continue reading >>

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  1. amandal

    Please help
    If I have nothing, but just mainly water after a day or so I get really bad insomnia which is only fixed by resuming eating.
    What causes this...how on earth does anyone fast, or consume minimal calories and still get any sleep??

  2. TheFastDoctor

    TheFastDoctor replied the topic: Re:I get insomnia every time I fast...why????
    This is a common phenomenon.
    1. When your blood sugar drops, your body releases a series of hormones to increase it again.. stuff like Cortizone, Growth Hormone, Glucagon and "Adrenalin", The latter a group of neurotransmitters which can keep you stimulated and thus awake. However, once you enter the later part of the fast, these stabilize again.
    2. Many people sleep much more than they need to. During a fast your body can "catch up on wake time".
    3. Some toxins released during the fast can of course also have effects on the brain. After several decent detoxes, sleep during a fast is of a very high quality.. which once again means you need less hours for the same effect.
    First thing to do is don't count the sleep hours, just enjoy the wake ones and make most of them.
    André
    All my posts are "generic", based on my opinions and experiences only and are not intended to replace the advice of your own licensed medical practitioner.

  3. amandal

    Thanks Andre for that helpful information.
    HOwever, I do not wish to not be able to sleep at all, even for one night, how do I switch off this response?
    Also, I get achy, like aching back etc when this happens..why?
    I cannot even lie awake in a relaxed state. I hate it.

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Occurs when the buffering capacity of chemical buffering systems is exceeded and there is a transient or temporary change in blood hydrogen concentration response of physiologic buffering systems to acid-base disturbances that results in the return of blood pH to normal If these physiologic buffering systems are not effective in returning the pH to normal When an uncompensated, temporary pH disturbance results in a persistent pH change respiratory acidosis, respiratory alkalosis, metabolic acidosis, and metabolic alkalosis Most common acid-base disturbnance due to impaired elimination of carbon dioxide form the respiratory system Occurs when carbon dioxide concentration goes above 45mmHG Disorders of the nerves or muscles involved with breathing Airway obstruction (e.g., chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) Decreased gas exchange due to reduced respiratory surface area or thickened width of the respiratory membrane (these two conditions are associated with emphysema or pulmonary edema, respectively) Why are infants more susceptible to respiratory acidosis their smaller lungs and lower residual volume do not eliminate CO2 occurs when the Pco2 decreases to levels below 35 mm Hg du Continue reading >>

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    DKA- what was your experience like?

    Hi all, i haven't been here for quite a while but its nice to see some of the same friendly faces!
    So i suffered with DKA back in october and havent felt healthy ever since. The hole experience left me very shaken up and traumatised! after spending 2 days in icu and a futher 3 days in hospital with drips and a urine cathador thigs completely regressed when i finially came home!! i was afraid to eat, i was afraid to leave the house, i didnt trust the meter, i would go extrememly low and and over react! i felt like my body was completely going to fail me. I promised myself i would never let something like that happen again however things are still out of control, im not taking my insulin out of pure lazyness and its basicaly routing now that i dont take the lantus, im not recording the sugar level and i really am falling into a hole which i feel like ill never be able to climb out of!
    The DKA experience was supposed to be a wake up call for me taking control, now its just something which i barely survived and left me confused about what kind of life im capable of living.
    After having type onefor 6 years i always believed controlling and accepting that my life would need to change would get easier, but instead my health is deteriorating as well as my optimism for life, and im only 22!!
    I was wondering what other experiences people may of had with DKA please share !! did you seek
    appropriate help support or advice which you may think might help myself and others??

  2. MAYS

    Welcome to Diabetic Connect !
    First and foremost, DKA is very serious and all diabetics should know the signs and symptoms of such because although it can happen to type 1 diabetics, it also happens to type 2 diabetics.
    You must be very careful and both monitor and manage your glucose level and take your insulin when and in the necessary dosage, here is some information :
    What is diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) ?
    Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) is a life-threatening condition that develops when cells in the body are unable to get the sugar (glucose) they need for energy, such as when you have diabetes and do not take enough insulin. Without insulin, the body cannot use sugar for energy. When the cells do not receive sugar, the body begins to break down fat and muscle for energy. When this happens, ketones, or fatty acids, are produced and enter the bloodstream, causing the chemical imbalance (metabolic acidosis) called diabetic ketoacidosis.
    What causes DKA ?
    Ketoacidosis can be caused by not taking enough insulin, having a severe infection or other illness, becoming severely dehydrated, or some combination of these factors. It can occur in people who have little or no insulin in their bodies (mostly people with type 1 diabetes, but it can happen with type 2 diabetes) when their blood sugar levels are high.
    What are the symptoms ?
    Your blood sugar may be quite high before you notice symptoms, which include:
    Flushed, hot, dry skin.
    Blurred vision.
    Feeling thirsty.
    Drowsiness or difficulty waking up. Young children may lack interest in their normal activities.
    Rapid, deep breathing.
    A strong, fruity breath odor.
    Loss of appetite, abdominal pain, and vomiting.
    Confusion.
    When diabetic ketoacidosis is severe, you may have difficulty breathing, your brain may swell (cerebral edema), and there is a risk of coma and even death.
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