Respiratory Alkalosis
A pH greater than 7.45, with a PaCO2 less than 35 mm/Hg, often caused by hyperventilation.
Cardiovascular Diaphoresis, dysrhythmias, palpitations
Miscellaneous Dry mouth, arm and leg spasms
Neurological Blurred vision, confusion, light-headedness, numbness, tingling

Arterial blood gas example: Compensated Respiratory Alkalosis: if PaCO2 indicates alkalosis, and HCO3 indicates acidosis, and pH is normal, but more than 7.4.