hypochloremia


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hypochloremia

[¦hī·pō·klȯ′rē·mē·ə]
(medicine)
Reduction in the amount of blood chlorides.
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Introduction: Pseudo-Bartter's syndrome (PBS) is a clinical entity characterized by hypokalemia, hypochloremia associated with metabolic alkalosis.
gt;146 mmol/L; hypochloremia, Cl<98; high anion gap, >20; low TC[O.
Hypoaldosteronism, therefore, will result in hyponatremia, hypochloremia, hyperkalemia, metabolic acidosis, and dehydration.
According to clinical presentations, the major symptoms include the following: (1) Hypokalemia (2) hyperkaluria (3) metabolic alkalosis (4) hyperreninemia (5) hyperaldosteronemia (6) exogenous vasopressin insensitivity (7) juxtaglomerular hyperplasia (8) hypochloremia (9) normal blood pressure, and (10) clear family history.
This was evident by hypochloremia and the fall in the hematocrit from 38 to 27 the morning after admission, following replacement of intravenous fluids.
Chloride Ions Concentration: During diarrhea, there was hypochloremia in the calves of all groups subjected to protocol of induction of diarrhea.
Hypochloremia in neonatal diarrhoeic calves might be due to loss of chloride ions in the secretion of the intestinal fluids during diarrhoea (Radostits et al.
The hyponatremia and hypochloremia in fish under stress is the reflection of the malfunctioning of gills and kidneys or it may be due to acidity in the water medium (Hoar and Randall 2001; Thrall 2005).
Conclusively, childhood WDHA syndrome is a picture of secretory diarrhea, hypokalemia and hypochloremia.
Both patients had hyponatremia, hypochloremia, low serum osmolality, and low urine osmolality caused by voluntary drinking of excessive quantities of water or diluted formula.