pt in CCU kco dilated cardiomyopathy with LV Dysfunction, interpret ABG report

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Compensated respiratory alkalosis

Compensated resp alkalosis

Chronic respo.alkalosis... Higher side to normal

Type1 respiratory failure... Lactic acidosis.. Probably secondary to lv failure or pulmonary edema

Metabolic acidosis.(lactic acidosis) Sec to hypoxia. With compensatory respiratory alkalosis

Compensated respiratory alkalosis

Compensated respiratory alkalosis.

Lactic acidosis with resp alkalosis

pH is on higher side of the normal , raised pco2 level , and low po2 level , with raised lactate indicating poor oxygenation of the tissues , bicarbonate is near to normal hence compensated respiratory alkalosis.

Compensated resp. Alkalosis

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