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Clinical significance and normal value of blood gas analysis

Because of its low and narrow extracellular concentration K is often omitted from the calculation The normal value ranges from 12 4 when K is considered and 8 4 when K is omitted Figure 3 shows the alogrithm for the approach to patients with normal AG acidosis

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