What is Anion Gap? Normal Range+Function+Equation —

Normal values (reference ranges): 16 +- 4 mEq/L (if potassium is used in the calculation) 12 +- 4 mEq/L (if potassium is not used in the calculation) The anion gap (AG) is the difference between the cations and the anions in the extracellular space that are routinely calculated in the laboratory. Anion Gap = [Sodium […]

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