Acid-Base Jameson

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Section 1

Question Answer
proximal tubule carbonic acid isbroken down into bicarb and H and bicarb absorbed
bicarb and H turn into carbonic acid. h2c03
in lungs carbonic acid turned intoco2 and water
normal ph7.35-7.45
pco2 normal 35-45
p02 normal93-100
hco3 normal22-27
acidosis or alkalosis has to do with bicarb thenmetabolic
acidosis or alkalosis has to do with pc02 then respiratory
kidneys can take how long to bring up bicarb24-36 hrs
anion gap calculationsodium- (chloride+bicarb)
normal anion gap12 +- 4
anion gap used formetabolic acidosis
MULEPAK anion gapmethanol, uremia, lactate, ethylene glycol, paraldehyde, ASA, ketoacidosis,
non anion gap acidos then could beTPN, diarrhea, renal tubular acidosis

Section 2

Question Answer
PTHincreases serum calcium and decreases phsophate reabsorption. more into blood from bones calcium and utake from kidneys/intestine
calcitonindecreases serum calcium and decreases phosphate reabsorption. moves calcium into bone and reduced uptake kidney and intestine
vitamin Dincreaes serum calcium and stimulates absorption phsophate
vitamin D activated whnePTH increase kiney calcium uptak..vit d help absorption intesintes