An infant has pylorospasm, weakness, hypodynamia, convulsions as a result of frequent vomiting. What kind of acid-base disbalance is it?
Exogenous nongaseous acidosis
A newborn child with pylorostenosis has often repeating vomiting accompanied by apathy, weakness, hypertonicity, sometimes convulsions. What disorder form of acid-base balance is it?
After taking poor-quality food a patient developed repeated episodes of diarrhea. On the next day he presented with decreased arterial pressure, tachycardia, extrasystole. Blood pH is 7,18. These abnormalities were caused by the development of:
A patient with diabetes developed a diabetic coma due to the acid-base imbalance. Specify the kind of this imbalance:
A patient with respiratory failure has blood pH of 7,35. pCO2 test revealed hypercapnia. Urine pH test revealed an increase in the urine acidity.What form of acid-base imbalance is the case?
Compensated respiratory acidosis
Compensated metabolic acidosis
Decompensated metabolic acidosis
Compensated respiratory alkalosis
Decompensated respiratory alkalosis
77. A patient suffers from disrupted patency of the airways at the level of small and medium-sized bronchial tubes. What changes of acid-base balance can occur in the patient?