Nephrology Question 3 Instructor

Name 5 causes of severe anion gap metabolic acidosis that could reasonably explain a HCO3 below 8 mmol/L.

This could be explained by:

  • methanol intoxication,
  • ethylene glycol intoxication,
  • salicylate intoxication,
  • lactic acidosis,
  • and diabetic ketoacidosis.

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