Alkalosis in children. Respiratory

Alkalosis in children. Respiratory

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Alkalosis in children. Respiratory

Alkalosis can occur with burn disease, encephalitis, brain tumors, poisoning with salicylates, sulfonamides; as a compensatory reaction after a tracheotomy.

CLINICALLYmanifested by dizziness, tinnitus, paresthesia. There is a tremor of the hands, palpitations, increased sweating.

TREATMENTrespiratory alkalosis is aimed at eliminating the cause of hyperventilation. Metabolic alkalosis in children most often develops as a result of pyloric stenosis, and can be observed with excessive administration of sodium bicarbonate solutions. Genetically determined syndromes occurring with metabolic alkalosis (congenital chlorine-diarrhea, secondary gineraldosteronism, or hypokalemic alkalosis) are known.

TREATMENT: the appointment of large doses of potassium chloride.

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