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Abnormally Increased

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  • Hypochloremia

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Hypochloremia

Aka: Hypochloremia, Low Serum Chloride
  1. Pathophysiology
    1. Serum Chloride 1 meq/L drop: 1% all body Chloride fall
  2. Causes
    1. Metabolic Alkalosis
      1. Vomiting
      2. Diarrhea
      3. Diuretics
      4. Gastric suction (NG Suction)
      5. Respiratory losses
      6. Steroid medications
    2. Hyponatremia
      1. Adrenal Insufficiency (Addison's Disease)
      2. Edematous states
        1. Congestive Heart Failure
      3. Salt-losing nephritis
      4. SIADH
      5. Renal Failure
      6. Pseudohyponatremia
      7. Excessive sweating
      8. Excessive IV D5W
      9. Thiazide Diuretics
      10. Burns

Hypochloremia (disorder) (C0085680)

Definition (CSP) abnormally low level of chloride in the blood.
Concepts Disease or Syndrome (T047)
ICD10 E87.8
SnomedCT 10399008
English HYPOCHLORAEMIA, HYPOCHLOREMIA, hypochloremia (diagnosis), hypochloremia, Hypochloremia (disorder), Hypochloremia, Hypochloraemia
Italian Ipocloremia
Spanish Hipocloremia, HIPOCLOREMIA, hipocloremia (trastorno), hipocloremia, Hipocloridemia
Japanese 低クロール血症, テイクロールケッショウ, テイクロールケツショウ
Portuguese HIPOCLOREMIA, Hipocloremia
German HYPOCHLORAEMIE, Hypochloraemie
French HYPOCHLOREMIE, Hypochlorémie
Czech Hypochloremie
Hungarian Hypochloraemia
Dutch hypochlooremie
Sources
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)


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