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arterial blood level

blood gas levels

QuestionAnswer
PAO2 partial pressure of oxygen
PACO2 partial pressure of carbon dioxide
PH potential of hydrogen
Hypercapnia an increased amount of CO2 in the blood
Hyperkalemia an increased amount of potassium in the blood
Hypocapnia a decreased amount of CO2 in the blood
Hypoxemia when the PAO2 is less than 80mm Hg
normal PH values 7.35-7.45
normal PaCO2 values 35-45mm Hg
normal Pao2 values 95-100mm Hg
Hco3 24mEq/L
%Sat 95-98%
Created by: dmckoy23