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153 Possible Causes for Hyperchloremia, Hypokalemia

  • Electrolyte Imbalance

    Here, we present a case of a heart donor with severe electrolyte imbalance, specifically severe hypokalemia, and severe hypernatremia.[] The client affected with hyperchloremia may be asymptomatic or symptomatic.[] […] doesn't have much impact on heart rhythms because it is extracellular) Hyperkalemia: (renal failure) bradycardia, tall-peaked t waves, tremors twitching (CNS stimulation) Hypokalemia[]

  • Renal Tubular Acidosis

    Subsequently, type 1 RTA due to Sjögren's syndrome was unveiled by sustained hypokalemia (3.3 to 3.4 mEq/L), persistent alkaline urine pH ( 6.0) despite metabolic acidosis[] Based on clinical findings (delayed growth and O-bein deformity) and laboratory tests (hypokalemia, hyperchloremia, partially compensated metabolic acidosis, alkaline urine[] […] when the blood pH is , tubular acidification occurs normally; when plasma bicarbonate normalizes, type II RTA wastes bicarbonate, causing metabolic acidosis, as well as hyperchloremia[]

  • Electrolytes Abnormal

    Hyperkalemia Several concepts in hypokalemia are relevant to hyperkalemia.[] Disorder of acid-base balance Disorder of electrolytes Disorder of fluid AND/OR electrolyte Electrolyte depletion Electrolyte imbalance Fluid imbalance Fluid volume disorder Hyperchloremia[] Applicable To Electrolyte imbalance NOS Hyperchloremia Hypochloremia The following code(s) above E87.8 contain annotation back-references Annotation Back-References In this[]

  • Proximal Renal Tubular Acidosis

    Hypokalemia may be associated with it; occasionally leading to features like hypokalemic periodic paralysis.[] […] suggested that this defect represents an exaggeration of the physiological effect of parathormone on bicarbonate reabsorption and may be responsible for the frequent finding of hyperchloremia[] Bicarbonate Reabsorption In proximal RTA, proximal tubular bicarbonate absorption is impaired, resulting in renal bicarbonate loss: bicarbonate is replaced by chloride (producing hyperchloremia[]

  • Low Chloride

    The chloride imbalance resulted in severe alkalosis and hypochloremia leading to secondary hypokalemia, hyponatremia, and azotemia.[] Hyperchloremia ( 112 mEq/L) almost doubled the mortality risk.[] , or abuse of licorice or laxatives as the etiology of hypokalemia.[]

  • Distal Renal Tubular Acidosis

    The South East Asian cases are associated with more severe hypokalemia.[] Based on clinical findings (delayed growth and O-bein deformity) and laboratory tests (hypokalemia, hyperchloremia, partially compensated metabolic acidosis, alkaline urine[] Features Chronic metabolic acidosis with hyperchloremia and normal anion gap. Urinary pH is usually over 5.5 although acidemia with normal glomerular function.[]

  • Hyperchloremia

    Hypokalemia as an accompaniment of the disturbed electrolyte picture has not been widely reported, but it has been noted in scattered reports in the literature. 5 6 7 The[] Hyperchloremia does not have many noticeable symptoms and can only be confirmed with testing, yet, the causes of hyperchloremia do have symptoms.[] Acidosis makes sense, and so does hypokalemia.[]

  • Acidosis

    However, in severe cases accompanied by hypokalemia, correction of the hypokalemia may be necessary first.[] Types Elevated Anion Gap Metabolic Acidosis Hyperchloremic Metabolic Acidosis (normal Anion Gap ) See Hyperchloremia III.[] Code E87.8 Other disorders of electrolyte and fluid balance, not elsewhere classified 2016 2017 2018 2019 Billable/Specific Code Applicable To Electrolyte imbalance NOS Hyperchloremia[]

  • Metabolic Acidosis

    In this Attending Rounds a patient with hypokalemia and metabolic acidosis is presented to emphasize the role of routine laboratory studies in the assessment of such patients[] BACKGROUND: Metabolic acidosis frequently is present in surgical patients; however, different types of metabolic acidosis (hyperlactatemia, hyperchloremia, and others) may[] These patients have an increased chronic acid load, bicarbonate deficit, and hypokalemia, which should be appreciated when resuscitating these patients.[]

  • Toluene Poisoning

    Hypokalemia ( n 13), hypophosphatemia ( n 10), hyperchloremia ( n 22), and hypobicarbonatemia ( n 23) were common.[] Symptoms arise due to severe hypokalemia and metabolic acidosis, most prominent being weakness and paralysis, as well as neurological deficits and gastrointestinal irritation[] Reported renal toxicity from toluene exposure includes: renal tubular acidosis (RTA), hypokalemia, hypophosphatemia, hyperchloremia, azotemia, sterile pyuria, hematuria, and[]

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