Respiratory acidosis

What is Respiratory acidosis?

Respiratory acidosis is a condition that occurs when the lungs cannot remove all of the carbon dioxide the body produces. This causes body fluids, especially the blood, to become too acidic.

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my father had a severe swelling all over his body and collapsed one day.He was with no respiration, no heart beat for few minutes Luckily we were...

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Respiratory acidosis within swelling all over the body are commonly...

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nurse conclude that a history of which of the following conditions place the client at risk for hypokalemia
well I would like to know if the answer...

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liver cirrhosis

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1) Most likely to cause Hypokalemia is Liver cirrhosis through...

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I have postural hypotension that is pretty significant. Systolic the difference is usually 20-30 from laying to standing and diastolic is 10...

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