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Ive started getting chest pains every day. WebMD screams, CALL 911 when I enter my symptoms and I scroll through the list of possible of conditions with my palm pressed to my sternum and just wait un

Metabolic Acidosis:  Risk Factors:  Diarrhea  Fever  Hypoxia  Starvation  Seizure  Overdose: salicylates or ethanol  Renal failure  Manifestations:  pH < 7.35  HCO3 < 22 mEq/L  VS: Bradycardia, weak pulses, hypotension, tachypnea  Flaccid paralysis  Confusion  Interventions:  Treat underlying cause  Administer fluids, electrolytes

Metabolic Acidosis: Risk Factors: Diarrhea Fever Hypoxia Starvation Seizure Overdose: salicylates or ethanol Renal failure Manifestations: pH < 7.35 HCO3 < 22 mEq/L VS: Bradycardia, weak pulses, hypotension, tachypnea Flaccid paralysis Confusion Interventions: Treat underlying cause Administer fluids, electrolytes

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Hypervolemia Causes: a) HF b) Renal Failure c) too much Na HF - Heart is weak, CO DOWN, Kidney Perfusion DOWN, UO DOWN Renal Failure - kidneys not working Hormonal Regulation: a) Aldosterone=Na and H20 is retained and blood vol. goes UP b) Atrial Natriuretic Peptide=excretion of Na and H20 so blood vol. goes DOWN c) Anti-diuretic Hormone=retain H20

Hypervolemia Causes: a) HF b) Renal Failure c) too much Na HF - Heart is weak, CO DOWN, Kidney Perfusion DOWN, UO DOWN Renal Failure - kidneys not working Hormonal Regulation: a) Aldosterone=Na and H20 is retained and blood vol. goes UP b) Atrial Natriuretic Peptide=excretion of Na and H20 so blood vol. goes DOWN c) Anti-diuretic Hormone=retain H20