PMID: 1438919Jan 1, 1992

Effect of carbon dioxide (CO2) pressure on minute ventilation, parameters of gas exchange and blood gases during hemodialysis using fluid containing acetate and bicarbonate buffers

Przegla̧d lekarski
M Wanic-Kossowska

Abstract

In 20 patients with chronic renal failure on a hemodialysis with acetate-containing dialysing fluid gasometric, ventilation and breathing patterns disturbances were determined. The loss of CO2 in the dialysate is attributed the major cause of hypoxemia due to alveolar hypoventilation. Hemodialysis with bicarbonate-containing dialysate can be performed in the absence of any change in ventilation and PaO2 despite a systemic alkalosis. Hyperventilation during HD with high concentration of bicarbonate indicate that changes in CO2 tension in the pulmonary circulation can lead to a change in minute ventilation due to the presence of slowly adapting pulmonary chemoreceptors. In patients with low respiratory response, respiratory muscle weakness intensified additionally by hypercapnia may explain this phenomenon.

Related Concepts

Acetic Acids
Anoxemia
Carbonic Acid Ions
Ampholytes
Carbon Dioxide
Hemodialysis
Kidney Failure, Chronic
Dioxygen
Respiration
Hemodialyzates

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