compensated respiratory alkalosis

com·pen·sat·ed res·pi·ra·to·ry al·ka·lo·sis

increased excretion of acid ions by the kidney to minimize the effect on blood pH of excessive loss of carbon dioxide through the lungs, such as occurs with hyperventilation.

com·pen·sat·ed res·pi·ra·to·ry al·ka·lo·sis

(kompĕn-sā-tĕd respir-ă-tōr-ē alkă-lōsis)
Increased excretion of acid ions by the kidney to minimize the effect on blood pH of excessive loss of carbon dioxide through the lungs.
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In this case, failure to make the correlation would lead to a diagnosis of totally compensated respiratory alkalosis (19,52).
The patient is in partially compensated respiratory alkalosis.
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