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Blood gas and acid base evaluation

Blood gas and acid base evaluation

Blood gas and acid base evaluation. Chapter 20. Step one. Normal Ph 7.35 – 7.45 PCO2 35 – 45 mmHg ( 31 – 39 ) PO2 60 – 100 mmHg BE -2 - +2 HCO3 24 AG 8 – 16 Na , K , Cl Ph = pKa + log X HCO3/PCO2 x Solubility A-a gradient N < 20 mmHg O2 – Hb dissociation scale. Step 1.

By Leo
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Diagnosis of Poisoning

Diagnosis of Poisoning

Diagnosis of Poisoning. Kent R. Olson, MD, FACEP Medical Director California Poison Control System, San Francisco Division University of California, San Francisco. Lessons from history. A young princess ate part of an apple given to her by a wicked witch

By oshin
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Management of Septic Shock

Management of Septic Shock

Management of Septic Shock. Dr Rajath A. Septic Shock. Septic shock- once a uniformly fatal condition with 100% mortality. Present recovery rates are upto 50%. Significance: Frequent occurrence and high mortality. Septic Shock. I. Introduction. II. Pathophysiology

By issac
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Management of diabetic ketoacidosis and hypoglycemia

Management of diabetic ketoacidosis and hypoglycemia

Management of diabetic ketoacidosis and hypoglycemia. Prof. Hanan Hagar. Diabetic ketoacidosis. Is a serious acute emergency situation that requires admission to hospital with a risk of death. It is a complication of diabetes

By Patman
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ADMISSION CRITERIA TO THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT

ADMISSION CRITERIA TO THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT

ADMISSION CRITERIA TO THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT. د.ماجد عمر القطان إختصاصي طب طوارئ. The Intensive Care Unit is an expensive resource area and should be reserved for patients with reversible medical conditions with a reasonable prospect of substantial recovery.

By tait
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Maternal Mortality and Hemorrhage

Maternal Mortality and Hemorrhage

Maternal Mortality and Hemorrhage. Gina M. Brown, MD NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Bureau of Maternal, Infant and Reproductive Health. Special Thanks to: Candace Mulready, MPH Katrina Manzano, MPH Vani Bettegowda, MHS Office of Vital Statistics

By channer
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Physiology 441

Physiology 441

Physiology 441. The Renal System, Chp. 14 Text: Human Physiology (Sherwood), 6 th Ed. Julie Balch Samora, MPA, MPH jbsamora@hsc.wvu.edu 293-3412, Room 3145. Medullary vertical osmotic gradient.

By ostinmannual
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Parenteral Nutrition

Parenteral Nutrition

Parenteral Nutrition. Dr Monidipa Banerjee Dr Papiya Khawas. Parenteral Vs Enteral Total vs Partial. Whom to give? . Can not feed - gut anomalies, GI surgery, NEC

By adrienne
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Practice Acid-Base Balance

Practice Acid-Base Balance

Practice Acid-Base Balance. pH – 7.33 CO2 – 32 pO2 – 44 HCO3 - 17. Metabolic Acidosis. pH – 7.48 pC02 – 44 HCO3 - 30. Metabolic Alkalosis. pH – 7.32 pCO2 – 55 HCO3 - 26. Respiratory Acidosis. pH – 7.55 CO2 – 37 HCO3 - 31. Metabolic Alkalosis.

By teenie
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Arterial Blood Gases

Arterial Blood Gases

Arterial Blood Gases. Reflect oxygenation, gas exchange, and acid-base balance PaO 2 is the partial pressure of oxygen dissolved in arterial blood SaO 2 is the amount of oxygen bound to hemoglobin Oxygen is transported from the alveoli into the plasma. Arterial Blood Gases. Ranges

By bella
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Budoor Al Shehhi Aisha Al Shamsi Raya Al Mazrouei Amna Bedwawi Manal Al Mazrouei

Budoor Al Shehhi Aisha Al Shamsi Raya Al Mazrouei Amna Bedwawi Manal Al Mazrouei

Chronic Renal Failure. Budoor Al Shehhi Aisha Al Shamsi Raya Al Mazrouei Amna Bedwawi Manal Al Mazrouei. Plan. Case presentation Pathophysiology of Chronic Renal Failure Treatment of Chronic Renal Failure. Past medical History:. < 150 mg/ day. Incidental Proteinuria.

By cadee
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Principles for Nursing Practice

Principles for Nursing Practice

Principles for Nursing Practice. Fluid, Electrolyte, And Acid-Base Balances. Dr. Belal M. Hijji, RN, PhD Febraury 18 & 19, 2012. Learning Outcomes. By the end of this lecture, students will be able to: Describe the distribution, composition, movement, and regulation, of body fluids.

By dior
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Environmental Hyperthermia

Environmental Hyperthermia

Environmental Hyperthermia. Jim Holliman, M.D., F.A.C.E.P. Professor of Military and Emergency Medicine Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine George Washington University Bethesda, Maryland, U.S.A.

By dorie
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Maternal Mortality and Hemorrhage

Maternal Mortality and Hemorrhage

Maternal Mortality and Hemorrhage. Gina M. Brown, MD NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Bureau of Maternal, Infant and Reproductive Health. Special Thanks to: Candace Mulready, MPH Katrina Manzano, MPH Vani Bettegowda, MHS Office of Vital Statistics

By bernad
(191 views)

Fluids and Electrolytes

Fluids and Electrolytes

Fluids and Electrolytes. Water is the largest single component of the body. Water comprises 95% of the body’s fluids. Water content varies. Infant = 70% water Males = 60% water Females = 50% water Elderly = 45% water Muscle = 65% water Fat = 20% water.

By truda
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Diagnosis of Poisoning

Diagnosis of Poisoning

Diagnosis of Poisoning. Kent R. Olson, MD, FACEP Medical Director California Poison Control System, San Francisco Division University of California, San Francisco. Lessons from history. A young princess ate part of an apple given to her by a wicked witch

By gefen
(141 views)

ABG H Model

ABG H Model

ABG H Model. Respiratory Alkalosis. Partially Compensated Respiratory Alkalosis. Metabolic Alkalosis. Partially Compensated Metabolic Alkalosis. Mixed Respiratory/Metabolic Alkalosis. Respiratory Acidosis. Partially Compensated Respiratory Acidosis. Metabolic Acidosis.

By ziazan
(556 views)

Shock and Bleeding in the Trauma Patient

Shock and Bleeding in the Trauma Patient

Shock and Bleeding in the Trauma Patient . April Morgenroth RN, MN. Shock: Hypoperfusion . Hypoperfusion : A state where the body’s organs are not sufficiently perfused with oxygenated blood. Nursing Priorities. Establish “Rapid Dominance “ over states of hypoperfusion by:

By binah
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Nephro Study Guide

Nephro Study Guide

Block 4. Nephro Study Guide. Hyponatremia. First rule out non-kidney problems: Pseudohyponatremia (high triglycerides in blood that “fools” sodium auto-analyzer into using larger volume for calculating Na concentration)

By aislin
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Practical Toxicology Cases

Practical Toxicology Cases

Practical Toxicology Cases. Acetaminophen TOXICITY. Class. Acetaminophen is a non-narcotic analgesic, antipyretic, weak anti-inflammatory activity. Therapeutic mechanism of action. •  COX-3 in CNS   PGs ( brain)

By claral
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