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Chapter 11. Acid-Base Balance

Karen Ann Hardy, MD, FCCP
DOI: 10.1378/ppmbr.1st.089
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  • Understand how to obtain and interpret blood gases

  • Be able to discuss blood buffers and how they function in the body in health and disease

  • Understand the basic pathophysiology of the anion gap

  • Be able to develop a strategy to treat disorders in acid—base balance

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