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Anion Gap Acidosis 2 Nursing Mnemonic

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MUDPILES

  • M-Methanol
  • U-Uremia
  • D-Diabetic ketoacidosis
  • P-Paracetamol, Propylene glycol
  • I-Infection, Iron, Isoniazid
  • L-Lactic acidosis
  • E-Ethylene glycol
  • S-Salicylates

Description

An anion gap acidosis occurs when the substances responsible for causing metabolic acidosis are unmeasurable or not indicated by anions or cations (i.e. electrolytes). This mnemonic provides some specific conditions that would produce an anion gap acidosis.

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