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An anion gap is the difference between sodium, chloride and bicarbonate and is used to differentiate metabolic acidoses.
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Standard values: The reference range is between 8 and 16 mmol/l
Pathologically increased: Uremia, alcoholism, lactic acidosis, intoxication with methanol or ethylene glucol, diabetic ketoacidosis.