PROMINENT AURICULAR T WAVES (Ta) AS AN IMPORTANT GUIDE TO THE DIAGNOSIS OF ALKALOSIS
- Alkalotic Tetany. Ziai, Mohsen; Cooke, Robert E. // Clinical Pediatrics;Oct1972, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p606
Discusses a case of alkalotic tetany. Details of the case.
- Hemodialytic Hypocapnia. Giorgio, Graziani; Claudio, Ponticelli; Gemma, Di Filippo; Bruno, Redaelli // Annals of Internal Medicine;May70, Vol. 72 Issue 5, p757
Comments on an article published in the periodical "Annals of Internal Medicine" concerning acid-base status during the interdialytic period in patients maintained with chronic hemodialysis. Difficulties associated with interpreting hypocapnia found at the end of the hemodialysis; Factors that...
- Hemodialytic Hypocapnia. Rosenbaum, Barry J.; Coburn, Jack W.; Shinaberger, James H.; Massry, Shaul G. // Annals of Internal Medicine;May70, Vol. 72 Issue 5, p758
Replies to comments on an article published in the periodical "Annals of Internal Medicine" concerning acid-base status during the interdialytic period in patients maintained with chronic hemodialysis. Difficulties associated with interpreting hypocapnia found at the end of the hemodialysis;...
- Quantitative Analysis of Acid-Base Disorders in Patients With Chronic Respiratory Failure in Stable or Unstable Respiratory Condition. Guérin, Claude; Nesme, Pascale; Leray, Véronique; Wallet, Florent; Bourdin, Gael; Bayle, Frédérique; Germain, Michèle; Richard, Jean-Christophe // Respiratory Care;Nov2010, Vol. 55 Issue 11, p1453
BACKGROUND: The Stewart approach theorizes that plasma pH depends on PaCO2, the strong ion difference, and the plasma total concentration of non-volatile weak acids (Atot). The conventional approach measures standardized base excess, bicarbonate (HCO3â€¾), and the anion gap. OBJECTIVE: To...
- FIRST DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF SALT DEPLETION IN CHOLERA. Latta, Thomas // Annals of Internal Medicine;Jun66, Vol. 64 Issue 6, p1264
Comments on a study which discussed the diagnosis and treatment of salt depletion in patients with cholera. Restoration of the blood in its normal state; Efficiency of the treatment; Effects of the treatment on patients.
- Choline salicylate overdose. // Reactions Weekly;3/26/2011, Issue 1344, p11
The article describes the cases of two infants who developed acid-base imbalance disorders, hypoglycemia and neurological impairment following choline salicylate overdose.
- CIRCULATORY ARREST. Lefemine, Armand A.; Bickel, Rudi; Smith, George T.; Lunzer, Steven; Harken, Dwight E. // Angiology;Jun1966, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p353
Examines the occurrence of alkalosis during total circulatory arrest of two hours' duration. Claim of the tolerance of circulatory arrest under the protection of hypothermia for periods of 1 hour; Use of thoracotomy for extracoporeal circulation techniques; Importance of the control of acid base...
- A typical presentation of acute myeloid leukemia. Udayakumar N.; Rajendiran C.; Muthuselvan R. // Journal of Cancer Research & Therapeutics;Apr-Jun2006, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p82
A young man who presented with fever, altered sensorium and sudden onset tachypnea, is described. Arterial blood gas analysis, revealed the presence of severe high anion gap metabolic acidosis, with compensatory respiratory alkalosis and normal oxygen saturation. A detailed neurological,...
- Primary Renal Tubular Acidosis Recognized and Treated at Three Days of Age. Palmer, R. Heather; Cornfeld, David // Clinical Pediatrics;Mar1973, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p140
Renal tubular acidosis should be suspected even in the very young infant who does not thrive, and who demonstrates a hyperchloremic acidosis with urine of neutral pH. This case report details the course of an infant whose disease was diagnosed in the newborn nursery.