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What is the normal pH range? 7.35-7.45
What determines the ventilation status of a patient? PaCO2
what is the normal range for HCO3? 22-26
what is the rule of thumb? the PaCO2 should be about 5 times the FIO2
When does the pH become acidosis or alkalosis anything below 7.35 is acid and anything above 7.45 is alkalosis
true of false does oxygenation decrease with age? true
what is the normal PaCO2? 35-45
the normal range for PaO2? 80-100
what are the different ranges for hypoxemia? >60mm hg is mild hypoxemia 40-59mm hg is moderate hypoxemia <40mm hg is serve hypoxemia
uncompensated C02 and HCO3 is NOT going in the same directions
compensated pH is normal and CO2 and HCO3 are going in the same direction
partially compenstated pH is out of range and CO2 AND HCO3 are going to the same direction.
what is the normal number for COHB? <3.0%
what does the COHB indicate? if the patient was exposed to carbon monoxide or a house fire.
what is the normal number for MetHb? <2.0%
what does the MetHb indicate? if the patient is a smoker
what is a metabolic issue? HCO3 and BE
what is a respiratory issue? CO2
what is the oxygenation status? PaO2
how to fix oxygenation? increase FI02
what are the last names? acidosis, alkalosis, and normal
what are the first names? compensated,uncompensated, partially compensated
what are the middle names? respiratory, combined, metabolic
Created by: 87nitra