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Interprétation d’un trouble acidobasique

  • H. Quintard
  • J.-C. Orban
  • C. Ichai
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Résumé

La définition d’un acide ou d’une base a fait l’objet de nombreuses versions selon le contexte. En physiologie, la notion de solution acide ou alcaline repose sur sa capacité de libérer des protons ou au contraire de les consommer. Après avoir abordé les concepts physiopathologiques de l’équilibre acidobasique, les mécanismes impliqués dans sa régulation seront détaillés. L’interprétation d’un trouble acidobasique nécessite une analyse structurée par étapes successives basées sur certains outils biologiques.

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  • H. Quintard
  • J.-C. Orban
  • C. Ichai

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