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Chronic kidney disease: A case of non-anion gap metabolic acidosis Rishika Sahajpal, American International Medical University, Saint Lucia Esha Jain, Cooper University Healthcare, Camden, NJ, USA Vaseem Qureshi, Loretto Hospital, Chicago, IL, USA Written informed consent was obtained from patient to publish this report in accordance with the journal’s patient consent policy Correspondence: Esha Jain, MD [email protected] 9172324290
  • Rishika Sahajpal,
  • Esha Jain,
  • Vaseem Qureshi
Rishika Sahajpal
American International Medical University

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Esha Jain
Cooper University Health Care
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Vaseem Qureshi
The Loretto Hospital
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The authors present a rare case of non-anion gap metabolic acidosis (NAGMA) in a patient with chronic kidney disease. We highlight the management, and possible aetiologies that lead to this problem. This case report hopes to allow clinicians to introduce evidence-based guidelines for the management of patients with NAGMA.