Acid-base status in full-term pregnant women is characterised by hypocapnic alkalosis. Whether this respiratory alkalosis is primary or consequent to changes in CSF electrolytes is not clear.

Cerebrospinal fluid and arterial acid-base equilibria in spontaneously breathing third-trimester pregnant women / F. Zadek, G. Giudici, C. Ferraris Fusarini, M.T. Ambrosini, A. di Modugno, V. Scaravilli, A. Zanella, R. Fumagalli, N. Stocchetti, E. Calderini, T. Langer. - In: BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA. - ISSN 0007-0912. - 129:5(2022), pp. 726-733. [10.1016/j.bja.2022.07.048]

Cerebrospinal fluid and arterial acid-base equilibria in spontaneously breathing third-trimester pregnant women

G. Giudici
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V. Scaravilli;A. Zanella;N. Stocchetti;
2022

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Acid-base status in full-term pregnant women is characterised by hypocapnic alkalosis. Whether this respiratory alkalosis is primary or consequent to changes in CSF electrolytes is not clear.
acidebase imbalance; cerebrospinal fluid; hyperventilation; hypocapnic alkalosis; metabolic acidosis; pregnancy; respiratory alkalosis; respiratory physiology; watereelectrolyte imbalance
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