Cardiorespiratory Effects Of Hypothermia And Bicarbonate Alkalosis
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Anaesthesia and pyruvate dehydrogenase deficiency
adverse cardiorespiratory effects of acidosis, and the effects of anaesthetics upon enzyme systems. The following case report describes the periopera- tire management of an infant with pyruvate dehy- drogenase deficiency. Case report The paticnt was a 10-month-old female with a
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bicarbonate. In our case, we don t know which mechanisms were occurred. Hyperventilation, COPD, alkalosis, hyperkalemia, hypothermia, hypovolemia, delayed effects of drugs, minimal vital signs, such as unnoticed conditions cause the Lazerus phenomenon (7). In our case, the
Cardiac Operations During Pregnancy: Review of Factors
alkalosis shifts the maternal oxygen-hemoglobin dissoci-ation curve to the left, leading to decreased fetal partial arterial oxygen pressure and oxygen content [4, 34 36]. Moreover, some authors have reported fetal arrhythmia to be caused by hypothermia rather than being related to maternal oxygenation and acid-base balance [5, 17],
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intravenous sodium bicarbonate should be considered. Rapid correction is particularly important if there is prolongation of the QRS or QT intervals on the ECG. In adults an initial dose of 50mmol of sodium bicarbonate may be given and repeated if necessary (as guided by arterial blood gas monitoring).
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bicarbonate buffer system 70, 120, 216, 218 Bier s (intravenous regional) block 164 drug toxicity 296 procedure 253 4 biliary drug excretion 139 bipolar diathermy 184 blood 229 30 blood filters 235 blood groups 231 2 blood loss 60, 218 estimation 116, 117, 219 massive 289 91 blood pressure control 60 1, 162 measurement 62, 114 16
bicarbonate as alkalising agent see sodium bicarbonate metabolic abnormalities 276 neonatal resuscitation 327 and potassium uptake 288 standard277 279 272, birth outside delivery room 331 birth weight 5 7 blood gases 132, 277 279 blood loss 9, 16 catastrophic 116 117 clinical signs 119 crush injuries 148 extremity trauma 147
Structure-Function Claims for Bio-pH with Scientific
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