Metabolic Acidosis Treatment Guidelines Pdf

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Treatment Of Acute Non-anion Gap Metabolic Acidosis

Acute non-anion gap metabolic acidosis, also termed hyperchloremic acidosis, is frequently detected in seriously ill patients. The most common mechanisms leading to this acid–base disorder include loss of large quantities of base secondary to diarrhea and administration of large quantities of chloride-containing solutions in the treatment of hypovolemia and various shock states. The resultant acidic milieu can cause cellular dysfunction and contribute to poor clinical outcomes. The associated change in the chloride concentration in the distal tubule lumen might also play a role in reducing the glomerular filtration rate. Administration of base is often recommended for the treatment of acute non-anion gap acidosis. Importantly, the blood pH and/or serum bicarbonate concentration to guide the initiation of treatment has not been established for this type of metabolic acidosis; and most clinicians use guidelines derived from studies of high anion gap metabolic acidosis. Therapeutic complications resulting from base administration such as volume overload, exacerbation of hypertension and reduction in ionized calcium are likely to be as common as with high anion gap metabolic acidosis Continue reading >>

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  1. heatherny2

    My yorkipoo, Rusty, was just diagnosed today and not given a good prognosis. His glucose level was over 400 and ketones were present in his urine. The vet wanted to send him to a specialist to be watched over the weekend, but I can't afford that. We will administer insulin over the weekend, testing him every few hours, and see how he does. He has already developed the cataracts, but is eating and acting fine, so i just didn't have the heart to euthanize him today without giving him a chance over the weekend. My sons will just be devastated if he doesn't pull through.
    Anyone had any experience with this and if so, what was the outcome? Oh, and maybe some jingles will help.

  2. McVillesMom

    I worked with a number of DKA dogs when I was a tech in an emergency/referral hospital. Most of them were in the CCU, unfortunately, and some of them did survive, but it's usually very touch and go for a while. It sounds as though your guy is in better shape than most of my patients were - a lot of them were flat out, essentially comatose, so the fact that he is still eating and acting fine is a good sign. Hopefully, since you just found out, you will be able to get his glucose regulated and he'll do well - just keep a VERY close eye on him and do NOT hesitate to call or take him somewhere if you think he isn't right - they can crash very, very fast.

  3. heatherny2

    Thank you. Yeah, he is acting as normal as he always was, and eating really well (in fact he really likes the special food they gave us). He is also getting used to his glucose testing (with help from DH and a friend). We are, however, all watching him for any changes, so we can immediately get it addressed.

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Blood Gas Analysis--insight Into The Acid-base Status Of The Patient

Acid-Base Physiology Buffers H+ A- HCO3- CO2 Buffers H+ A- CO2 Cells Blood Kidney Lungs Fluids, Electrolytes, and Acid-Base Status in Critical Illness Blood Gas Analysis--Insight into the Acid-Base status of the Patient The blood gas consists of pH-negative log of the Hydrogen ion concentration: -log[H+]. (also, pH=pK+log [HCO3]/ 0.03 x pCO2). The pH is always a product of two components, respiratory and metabolic, and the metabolic component is judged, calculated, or computed by allowing for the effect of the pCO2, ie, any change in the pH unexplained by the pCO2 indicates a metabolic abnormality. CO +H 0ºº H CO ººHCO + H2 2 2 3 3 - + CO2 and water form carbonic acid or H2CO3, which is in equilibrium with bicarbonate (HCO3-)and hydrogen ions (H+). A change in the concentration of the reactants on either side of the equation affects the subsequent direction of the reaction. For example, an increase in CO2 will result in increased carbonic acid formation (H2CO3) which leads to an increase in both HCO3- and H+ (\pH). Normally, at pH 7.4, a ratio of one part carbonic acid to twenty parts bicarbonate is present in the extracellular fluid [HCO3-/H2CO3]=20. A change in the ra Continue reading >>

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    Raspberry ketones while breastfeeding

    My baby girl is 8months old and i have been fully breastfeeding since she was born, altho i reduced the feedings to 3 times a day(morning, afternoon and evening) as shes eating solid food for lunch and dinner and cereal in the morning. I have been very depressed because of my appearance. I weight 15stones and o feel fat and ugly. I dont even leave my house very often because i get embarrassed to be looked At. i heard about Raspberry Ketones and done some research and most reviews seems to be very positive. I desperately want to try it as im currently doing 30min running every day and eating so little. I actually Always had pretty good eating habits but i keep "growing" !!! Now, i want to know if it would be ok to use the raspberry ketones 3 or 4 hours before breast feeding... After 3 hours i believe there is no risk passing it to my baby. But i would like to hear some honest opinions. I dnt want to seem selfish and put my baby in risk to change the way i look but i need to help myself because looking in the mirror is killing me inside. Thanks everyone. Xx

  2. Rachel M(1422)

    Take a look at Watchdog on BBC1 next week before you take them its all a huge con + they didn't work for me!

  3. Carol J(80)

    Hi Jaqueline,
    I am sorry to hear that you are feeling so low....it sounds as though you have been trying really hard to make changes and it is very demoralizing not to get the results you were hoping to see. I really feel for you.
    Have you had a check up with your GP and asked for some help at all? Is it possible that you are using a contraceptive that could affect your weight or that you have low thyroid levels? Has your menstrual cycle returned yet?
    There is some information and support for you here Jaqueline...and you might be surprised to know that lots of slimming clubs have a programme designed to be safe for breastfeeding mums.
    Weight loss - Netmums
    It is very common to put on weight, or find it hard to loose weight, when you feel depressed and low. It is also hard when you are not sleeping well. Could this low feeling be making it harder for you Jaqueline?

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Prolonged Resuscitation Of Metabolic Acidosis After Trauma Is Associated With More Complications

Prolonged resuscitation of metabolic acidosis after trauma is associated with more complications Optimal patterns for fluid management are controversial in the resuscitation of major trauma. Similarly, appropriate surgical timing is often unclear in orthopedic polytrauma. Early appropriate care (EAC) has recently been introduced as an objective model to determine readiness for surgery based on the resuscitation of metabolic acidosis. EAC is an objective treatment algorithm that recommends fracture fixation within 36h when either lactate <4.0mmol/L, pH 7.25, or base excess (BE) 5.5mmol/L. The aim of this study is to better characterize the relationship between post-operative complications and the time required for resuscitation of metabolic acidosis using EAC. At an adult level 1 trauma center, 332 patients with major trauma (Injury Severity Score (ISS) 16) were prospectively treated with EAC. The time from injury to EAC resuscitation was determined in all patients. Age, race, gender, ISS, American Society of Anesthesiologists score (ASA), body mass index (BMI), outside hospital transfer status, number of fractures, and the specific fractures were also reviewed. Complications in th Continue reading >>

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  1. KetoMomma0126

    Hi all and congrats on all the successful keto babies ! 😊. I have been doing keto on and off for 3 years due to family loss but my hubby and I are back on it. I just hit my lowest today of 165.6 lbs!! 3 years ago when I got pregnant with our first son I was not doing keto, nor did I even know about keto. I went into the hospital weighing 280lbs and left at 245lbs. My son was 9lbs! After this we found keto and I got down to 175! But after a heartbreaking loss we fell off keto again and in January I was at 215lbs. So we got back on it and today I was at my lowest! However just last night we found out we are pregnant with our second baby! This was a total surprise. Now I'm desperately searching trying to find if: A- keto is okay to do while pregnant especially since my body was already adapted before? And B- most of the time I have been doing keto this time I have been doing IF 21/3. Is that still safe to continue unless I feel nauseous or my body let's me know it needs food? I am currently 5w1d and the only symptom I have is slightly sore boobs. Everything else is fine 👍. My first son from week 6 I had nausea and vomiting every day the whole pregnancy! Even the morning I delivered ( which was a scheduled c-section, which I'm doing again for health reasons). Thanks so much in advance!

  2. Tigerbreath11

    I do IF. And I've been pregnant. I'm 38 weeks. I keep carbs to 20 grams. I do 16:8 and I feel the best this way. Everything has been golden. I have almost felt like I'm not even pregnant at times because of all the energy. I know a lot of women worry about keto and pregnancy and it's like, you know we have lived a long time without having so much food. Humans lived through famine even while carrying babies. Dr. Simeon of the HGC protocol studied women during pregnancy and saw that low caloric intake for mother's while pregnant was OK because they had excessive weight to burn off. That's why we carry weight in our butts, hips, waists etc.. so if you're classified as obese or overweight it's very doable to go to 20 carbs a day and be healthy and have a healthy baby. There's zero carb mommas out there that deliver healthy babies. Babies in utero thrive off ketones. %33 ketone energy for brain development. I was keto in my first trimester and it helped stave off morning sickness. I had a vegetarian pregnancy with my daughter and the opposite happened to me. I threw up every day. With high fat and moderate protein I have been able to keep my weight gain to zero (started out at 240/now 225 at 5'7) then my water retention is near to zero, blood pressure is great, mood is pretty evened out although rn I feel ready as hell to deliver lol. I've had a very good pregnancy and the only thing I know I can say for sure that helped me was and is keto. Midwife approves.

  3. KetoMomma0126

    Thank you very much!!! And congratulations! 😊 this makes me feel so much better because I just refuse to gain all that weight back. And I feel fine now so I don't see how it could be bad? Thanks again for your reply and wishing you a safe and healthy delivery!

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