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Q. A 69-year-old alcoholic came into ER after he blacked out and fell, hitting his head on the floor. Measurement of serum Na+, glucose, BUN, and osmolality indicate an osmolar gap between calculated and measured osmolarity. Which of the following changes in arterial blood gas values are consistent with a presentation of ethanol induced coma?

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