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Bicarbonate deficit

Bicarbonate deficit: Introduction

Bicarbonate deficit: A condition caused by excessive organic or inorganic acids in the body. The excess may be due to abnormally high acid production such as occurs during fever and starvation or may occur as a result of excessive acid intake, acid retention or loss of bases. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Bicarbonate deficit is available below.

Symptoms of Bicarbonate deficit

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Causes of Bicarbonate deficit

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Misdiagnosis and Bicarbonate deficit

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Prognosis for Bicarbonate deficit

Prognosis for Bicarbonate deficit: Acute cases can result in death if not treated but chronic cases can linger for years.

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  5. Misdiagnosis
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