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Patient Case CC: Urinary Retention, Abdominal Pain (Uremia) - #MEDIGRAM

Welcome to the #MEDIGRAM Patient Case: Chief Compliant Series. Short, concise patient cases to foster thought-provoking questions and to challenge you to ask questions! Make sure to by at the end of the week for explanations for the correct/incorrect answers.

 

Metabolic Disorders Uremia Patient Case By PharmWyze

What is the primary driver of patient's metabolic acidosis?

  • Lactic acidosis

  • Ketoacidosis

  • Uremia

  • Salicylates


 

💥 Patient Case CC: Urinary Retention, Abdominal Pain (Uremia) - #MEDIGRAM



🍹 52yoM presents with urinary retention, abdominal pain. No PMH. Reports not urinating in 3 days. SCr 4.2 (high), BUN 110 (high), lactate/BOH WNL. Anion Gap: 28 (high).



📭 What is the primary driver of patient’s metabolic acidosis?



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