Renal tubular acidosis

What is Renal tubular acidosis?

It is a metabolic disorder in which kidneys fail to acidify the urine due to either unable to retain bicarbonate while blood is being filtered in kidneys or failure to excrete acidic in the distal part of the kidney.

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Age of patient 40 years weight is 85 kilos height is 5ft6inches has been diagonsed with Chronic Myelogenous Lukaemia has been advised to undergo...

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My daughter is suffering from renal tubular acidosis. This was diagnosed when she was one year old. She is on schols solution 25 thrice a day,...

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Renal tubular acidosis is a disorder in the kidneys where the kidneys are unable to conserve bicarbonate and potassium....

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