Match the causes of acid-base disorders to the acid-base problems that they cause.

hypoventilation
vomiting
emphysema
hyperventilation
fever
pneumothorax
An acute respiratory acidosis characterized by PCO2 > 50mm Hg and a normal HCO3-
A metabolic alkalosis characterized by PCO2 > 45 mm Hg and an elevated HCO3-
An acute respiratory alkalosis characterized by PCO2 < 35mm Hg and a normal or slightly decreased HCO3-
Primary cause of respiratory acidosis characterized by a pH < 7.35 and a PCO2 > 50mm Hg
A chronic (compensated) respiratory acidosis characterized by PCO2 > 50mm Hg and an increased HCO3-
Primary cause of respiratory alkalosis characterized by a pH > 7.45 and PCO2 < 35mm Hg

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