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A low anion gap is largely associated with hypoalbuminemia. Albumin is a negatively charged protein and its loss from the serum results in the retention of other negatively charged ions such as chloride and bicarbonate. I can see that he has multiple problems and his current AG is just little below the cut off value. If he is taken care of all his problems, then next blood testing will come out within normal range.