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W. A .R.: Assess. Assess and maintain physiologic acid-base balance. The coagulation system is run by enzyme systems that do not function optimally at nonphysiological pH N onphysiological pH creates/exacerbates coagulopathy
Acid-Base Balance. pH affects all functional proteins and biochemical reactions Normal pH of body fluids Arterial blood: pH 7.4 Venous blood and IF fluid: pH 7.35 ICF: pH 7.0 Alkalosis or alkalemia : arterial blood pH >7.45 Acidosis or acidemia : arterial pH < 7.35. Acid-Base Balance.
Acid-Base Balance. 205b. Educational Objectives. Describe the relationship between the lungs and the kidneys in maintaining acid-base homeostasis (normalcy of the body) Given values for carbonic acid and bicarbonate , calculate the pH using the Henderson-Hasselbalch equation.
ACID BASE BALANCE. URINARY BLOCK 313. Dr. Shaikh Mujeeb Ahmed Assistant Professor AlMaarefa College. Objectives . Identify the normal range of pH values, and the upper and lower limits compatible with life. Identify the role of kidney in regulation of acid base balance
ACID BASE BALANCE. Lecture – 8 Dr. Zahoor. ACID BASE BALANCE. Acid Base Balance refers to regulation of free (unbound) H + concentration in the body fluids Acids liberate free H + ion, whereas bases accept them Strong acid gives greater percentage of free H + e.g. HCL is strong acid
Acid-Base Balance. Jianzhong Sheng MD, PhD Department of Pathophysiology School of Medicine Zhejiang University. Objectives. Explain how the pH of the blood is stabilized by bicarb buffer and define the terms acidosis and alkalosis.
Acid-Base balance. R1 박세일. Clinical disorders. “ -osis ” Arterial pH 를 변화시키는 any pathologic process Lower pH acidosis Increase pH alkalosis Metabolic : primarily affects [HCO3-] Respiratory : primarily affects PaCO2 Secondary compensatory response : not “ -osis ”
Acid-Base Balance. Perhaps the most important homeostatic process… . Schedule. Intro Why the pH value of body fluids must be “defended” Defining pH Logarithms (see appendix) Acidosis and alkalosis Biological Buffers and the Henderson- Hasselbalch equation
Acid Base Balance. NCLEX Review Questions. Acid Base Balance An arterial blood gas (ABG) sample reports the status of oxygenation and acid-base balance in the blood. An arterial blood gas (ABG) sample reports the status of oxygenation and acid-base balance in the blood. Acid Base Balance.
Acid-Base Balance. Normal Acid-Base Balance. Normal pH 7.35-7.45 Narrow normal range Compatible with life 6.8 – 7.8 < 6.8 or > 7.8 incompatible with life ___/______/___/______/___ 6.8 < 7.35 7.45˃ 7.8