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AH! Respitory Test

AH! Respitory Study guide/lab values

Normal PH 7.3-7.45
Normal PACO2 35-45
Normal PA02 80-100
HC03 22-26
SA02 >92%
Respitory diagnostic test CBC,BMP,ABG, chest x-ray, EKG, sputum culture, FEV1
Nasal canula liter range per min 1-6 L/min
Nasal canula O2 delivery amount 24-44%
Oxymizer L/min 8L/min
Oxymizer O2 delivery amount 30-50%
Blood gas level above 45 is called hypercapnea
Normal hemaglobin male 13.2-17.3
Normal hemaglobin female 11.7-16
Normal hemaocrit male 39-50 %
Normal hematocrit female 35-47%
amount of effort used to expand the lungs work of breathing
ROME acid base pnemonic R=Respitory O=opposite M=metabolic E=equal
Created by: candace9908