Strong Ion Difference Approach to Acid-base Imbalances with Clinical Applications to Dogs and Cats
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Stewart's strong ion difference, first introduced more than 10 years ago, offers an innovative approach for the analysis of non-respiratory acid-base disorders. This article addresses the concept of strong ion difference and discusses its clinical applications. A brief review of base excess and anion gap is also included. Clinical cases are provided to demonstrate a step-by-step method using strong ion difference to evaluate nonrespiratory acid-base imbalances.
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Russell, K. E., Hansen, B. D., & Stevens, J. B.