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Solved by a verified expert :Fluids and Electrolytes1. The patient has a blood arterial gas ph of 7.48. How
should the nurse intrepret this clients acid base status?A the client has no blood hydrogen ionsB the client has a deficit in the blood hydrogen ion
concentrationC the client has an excess in the blood hydrogen ion
concentration2. The client has severe respiratory impairment, what
alterations in acid base balance could be expected as a compensatory response?A decreased arterial blood phB increased arterial blood bicarbonateC Decreased arterial blood carbon dioxide3. What acid base problem could result if a client being
mechanically ventilated is ventilated at too high a rate of breaths per minute?A acid deficit alkalososB acid excess acidosisC base deficit acidosis4. What condition is likely to have resulted in the arterial
blood gas values listed below. PH- 7.12 HCO3- 22meq/L, PCO2- 65mmHg, PO2-
56mmHgA. complete tracheal obstruction suffered as a result of
aspirating a hot dogB. anxiety-induced hyperventilationC. diarrhea for 36 hours5. Which acid base problem is most likely to develop in a
person prescribed to take Lasix for hypertension?A. acid excess respiratory acidosisB. acid deficit respiratory alkalosos
C. acid deficit metabolic alkalosis