MEASURED AND DERIVED PARAMETERS OF BLOOD GAS ANALYSIS FOR CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS. ANION GAP ESTIMATION

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Abstract

Article includes short historical review concerning blood gas analysis and mainly dedicated to such derived parameter as anion gap. Meaning of parameter in different critical situations is discussed. Pictured role of parameter for diagnostics of such syndrome as D-lactacidosis.

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V. A. Torshin

Russian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education

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Russian Federation

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