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www.pediatriconcall.com/calculators/arterial-blood-gas-abg-calculator

Please fill out required field. Normal Arterial Blood Gas Values. pH : 7.36-7.44. PaCO2 : 36-44 mm Hg. HCO3 : 22-26 mEq/L ...

www.bettersafercare.vic.gov.au/clinical-guidance/neonatal/blood-gas-interpretation-for-neonates

Blood gas interpretation for neonates · Share this · Key messages · pH · Acid (H+) · Respiratory acidosis (pCO2 >= 50 mmHg, pH < 7.35) &mi...

www.medcalc.com/acidbase.html

Oct 4, 1999 ... Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) values: Anion Gap values: pH : 7.36 - 7.44, Sodium (Na +):, mEq/L. PCO2 : mm Hg, 36 - 44 mm Hg, Bicarbonate ...

www.rccc.eu/ppc/calculadoras/ABG%20interpreter%20-%20calculator.htm

Four-Step Guide to ABG Analysis. Is the pH normal, acidotic or alkalotic? Are the pCO2 or HCO3 abnormal? Which one appears to influence the pH? If both the ...

www.respiratorytherapyzone.com/abg-calculator

This ABG Interpretation Calculator is designed to make learning about Arterial Blood ... Are you looking for an ABG Calculator that can make Acid-Base Balance analysis easy? ... ...

ceufast.com/course/neonatal-blood-gas-interpretation

Blood gases are the basis for analyzing if oxygenation is adequate and for deducing what the acid base balance is in a particular neonate. The medical plan of ...

acutecaretesting.org/en/articles/blood-gas-interpretation-in-the-neonate

Blood gases are the most common tests done on neonates [1]. ... metabolic acidosis is further refined by calculation of the anion gap (Na+ – [Cl– + HCO3–]) [ 10].

www.mdcalc.com/arterial-blood-gas-abg-analyzer

MDCalc loves calculator creators – researchers who, through intelligent and often complex methods, discover tools that describe scientific facts that can then be ...

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Online medical calculator for the analysis of Arterial Blood Gases (ABG) interpretation.

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NEONATAL RESPIRATORY THERAPIST ... Renal component of the blood gas ... Base excess >>>> metabolic alkalosis. Normal Blood Gas Values. ▷ Arterial.