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Respiratory Alkalosis

Aka: Respiratory Alkalosis
  1. See Also
    1. Arterial Blood Gas
    2. ABG Interpretation
  2. Causes
    1. Increased Central Respiratory Drive
      1. Anxiety
      2. CNS Infection
      3. Cerebrovascular Accident
      4. Brain Tumor
      5. Head Trauma
      6. Medications
        1. Salicylates
        2. Nicotine
        3. Aminophylline
        4. Progesterone
        5. Catecholamines
      7. Fever
      8. Sepsis (especially with Gram Negative Bacteria)
      9. Pregnancy
      10. Liver failure, Cirrhosis or Hepatic Encephalopathy
      11. Hyperthyroidism
    2. Increased Chemoreceptor Stimulation
      1. Anemia
      2. Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
      3. Pulmonary edema
      4. Pneumonia
      5. Pulmonary Embolism
      6. High altitude (decreased FIO2)
      7. Restrictive Lung Disease (early)
    3. Iatrogenic with Mechanical Ventilation
  3. Labs
    1. Arterial Blood Gas
      1. Arterial pH increased
      2. Serum bicarbonate decreased
      3. PaCO2 decreased
    2. Acute Respiratory Alkalosis
      1. PaCO2 decreases by 10 mmHg increases pH by 0.08
      2. Bicarbonate decreases 2 meq/L per 10 mmHg PaCO2 fall
    3. Chronic Respiratory Alkalosis
      1. PaCO2 decrease by 10 mmHg increases pH by 0.03
      2. Bicarbonate decreases 4 meq/L per 10 mmHg PaCO2 fall
  4. References
    1. Arieff (1993) J Crit Illn 8(2): 224-46 [PubMed]
    2. Narins (1982) Am J Med 72:496 [PubMed]
    3. Narins (1980) Medicine 59:161-95 [PubMed]
    4. Ghosh (2000) Fed Pract p. 23-33
    5. Rutecki (Dec 1997) Consultant, p. 3067-74
    6. Rutecki (Jan 1998) Consultant, p. 131-42

Alkalosis, Respiratory (C0002064)

Definition (NCI_FDA) A pathologic condition resulting from accumulation of base, or from loss of acid without comparable loss of base in the body fluids, and characterized by decrease in hydrogen ion concentration.
Definition (NCI) Condition characterized by excessive loss of carbon dioxide from the body, often as a result of hyperventilation due to psychogenic or physical factors.
Definition (MSH) A state due to excess loss of carbon dioxide from the body. (Dorland, 27th ed)
Concepts Pathologic Function (T046)
MSH D000472
ICD10 E87.3
SnomedCT 111378004
English Alkaloses, Respiratory, Alkalosis, Respiratory, Respiratory Alkaloses, Respiratory Alkalosis, ALKALOSIS RESPIRATORY, Alkalosis respiratory, respiratory alkalosis (diagnosis), respiratory alkalosis, Respiratory alkaloses, Alkalosis, Respiratory [Disease/Finding], alkalosis respiratory, RESPIRATORY ALKALOSIS, Respiratory alkalosis, Respiratory alkalosis (disorder), Respiratory alkalosis, NOS
French ALCALOSE RESPIRATOIRE, Alcaloses respiratoires, Alcalose respiratoire, Alcalose gazeuse
Portuguese ALCALOSE RESPIRATORIA, Alcalose respiratória, Alcaloses respiratórias, Alcalose Respiratória
Spanish ALCALOSIS RESPIRATORIA, alcalosis respiratoria (trastorno), alcalosis respiratoria, Alcalosis respiratoria, Alcalosis respiratorias, Alcalosis Respiratoria
Italian Alcalosi respiratorie, Alcalosi respiratoria
German Alkalose respiratorisch, ALKALOSE RESPIRATORISCH, Respiratorische Alkalosen, respiratorische Alkalose, Alkalose, respiratorische, Respiratorische Alkalose
Swedish Andningsalkalos
Japanese コキュウセイアルカローシス, アルカローシス-呼吸性, 呼吸性アルカローシス
Czech alkalóza respirační, Respirační alkalózy, Respirační alkalóza, Alkalóza respirační
Finnish Respiratorinen alkaloosi
Russian ALKALOZ RESPIRATORNYI, RESPIRATORNYI ALKALOZ, АЛКАЛОЗ РЕСПИРАТОРНЫЙ, РЕСПИРАТОРНЫЙ АЛКАЛОЗ
Polish Zasadowica oddechowa
Hungarian Respiratoricus alkalosis, Respiratorikus alkalosis, Respiratorikus alkalosisok
Norwegian Alkalose, respiratorisk, Respiratorisk alkalose
Dutch respiratoire alkalosen, respiratoire alkalose, Alkalose, respiratoire, Respiratoire alkalose
Sources
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)


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