Essay heading: ABG's
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February 26, 1998
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Proper intervention depends upon understanding how to interpret arterial blood gas results.
How does the body regulate acid/base balance?
The lungs are involved in acid/base regulation via the carbonic/bicarbonate buffer system. Carbonic acid (H2CO3-) is converted to carbon dioxide (CO2) for excretion during respiration...
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Carbonic acid (H2CO3-) is converted to carbon dioxide (CO2) for excretion during respiration. High levels of carbonic acid may, for example, trigger faster and deeper respirations, as the body attempts to eliminate excess acid by breathing out more CO2.
The kidneys help to maintain the correct ratio of carbonic acid/bicarbonate by excreting or reabsorbing bicarbonate, and can generate bicarbonate if needed...
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