arterial blood gas


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arterial blood gas

n.
The concentration of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the blood, whose partial pressures are measured along with other factors such as blood pH in order to assess oxygen saturation and other metabolic indicators in patients, especially those with respiratory disorders.
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Tenders are invited for Arterial blood gas analyzer
operating rooms, intensive care units and emergency departments in patients in whom there is a need for continuous invasive blood pressure monitoring and arterial blood gas analysis1.
Changes of respiratory function indexes and arterial blood gas indexes of patients in the two groups were compared.
Arterial blood gas analysis showed respiratory acidosis with hypoxaemia.
When an arterial blood gas is drawn in the pulmonary lab we either analyze the arterial blood sample ourselves with an ISTAT or send it down to the Clinical Laboratory to be analyzed using the large automatic machines.
That way, the bottom half could be recycled into a container that we filled with water or ice, and that we used specifically for holding syringes of blood prior to bringing them to the Arterial Blood Gas unit.
Liver disease with presence of arterial hypoxemia evident on arterial blood gas analysis and intrapulmonary vascular shunt as evident on contrast enhanced echocardiography or use of Technetium-99m-labelled macro-aggregated albumin for lung scanning with quantitative brain uptake makes the triad of hepatopulmonary syndrome.
Arterial and venous blood gas analysis was performed in 30 healthy gyr falcons (Falco rusticolus) under anaesthesia to establish temperature-corrected reference intervals for arterial blood gas values and to compare them to temperature-corrected venous blood gas values with a portable point-of-care blood gas analyzer (i-STAT 1, Abbott Laboratories, Abbott Park, IL, USA).
No more than 3 minutes elapsed between obtaining the arterial blood gas sample and recording of the Sp[O.
Arterial blood gas analysis on room air revealed the following: pH, 7.
Figure 1: Oxygen saturation at various time intervals following admission measured using pulse oximetry and arterial blood gas (ABG) analysis.
These infants require an umbilical artery catheter to obtain arterial blood gas (ABG) every 30 minutes to 4 hours for accurate monitoring of gas exchange.