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Compensated respiratory alkalosis

Compensated respiratory alkalosis

The increased excretion of acid ions by the kidney to minimise the effect on the ph of the blood of excessive loss of carbon dioxide via the lungs, such as occurs with hyperventilation.


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dangers of acidosis and alkalosis in the blood

... The major categories of acidosis are respiratory acidosis and metabolic acidosis. The ... acidosis), and other metabolic diseases. Alkalosis Alkalosis is a condition of excess base ... may be caused by some diuretic medications. Compensated alkalosis is caused when the body has ...

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