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AKAAlso Known As
AKAAlpha Kappa Alpha (sorority)
AKAAttack Cargo Ship (Auxiliary, Cargo, Attack)
AKAAuthentication and Key Agreement
AKAAbstrackt Keal Agram (band)
AKAAmerican Kitefliers Association
AKAAbove Knee Amputation
AKAAmerican Killifish Association
AKAActivation Key Agreement (computer licenses)
AKAAlcoholic Ketoacidosis
AKAAmerican Kennel Association
AKAAustrian Kendo Association
AKAApplied Knowledge Assessment (various organizations)
AKAApplications of Kleene Algebra
AKAAnkeny Kell Architects (St. Paul, MN)
AKAAsahi Kasei America (New York)
AKAAssociation of Korean Adoptees
AKAAll Kenyans Abroad (Kenyan record label)
AKAAnother Known Alias
AKAAlbert Kahn & Associates, Inc. (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
AKAAdvanced Knowledge Associates, Inc.
AKAAsociace Komunikaèních Agentur (European Association of Communications Agencies)
AKAAnarchistic Key Authorization (authentication protocol)
AKAA King Agency (insurance company; Arvada, CO)
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Moreover, in alcoholic or diabetic ketoacidosis, the serum osmolal gap can be normal or increased, depending not only on the ethanol concentration in the blood (in alcoholic ketoacidosis) but also on the concentration of other osmotically active metabolites arising in the course of these disorders, such as acetone (or isopropyl alcohol, as in this case) (2).
Given the potentially serious consequences of methanol and ethylene glycol intoxication, or lactic acidosis and alcoholic ketoacidosis, these disorders need to be recognized very early in their course.
Anion and osmolal gaps may be present in other clinical settings such as diabetic ketoacidosis, alcoholic ketoacidosis, chronic renal failure, multiple organ failure, and critical illness [40,42-48].