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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description of the procurement: The scope of services includes the execution of all deliveries and services, Including coordination, Production, Delivery, Installation, Installation, Commissioning and testing, For the operational, Functional and acceptable introduction of automated analyzers including delivery of the required reagents, Controls, Calibrators and other consumables for the blood gas analysis.
The results of routine hematological tests and arterial blood gas analysis were unremarkable.
Arterial blood gas analysis was performed at induction through an arterial line inserted in radial artery, 15 minutes after performing pneumoperitoneum and each 20 minutes after that until the end of operation.
The number of patients in which main indication for arterial line insertion was continuous arterial blood gas analysis and continuous blood pressure monitoring were same between the two groups (Table 1).
Arterial blood gas analysis was done for percutaneous dilatational tracheostomy and standard operative tracheostomy patients.
Preanalytical considerations in blood gas analysis.
Medical gases in the pure form (carbon dioxide, helium, nitrogen, nitrous oxide and oxygen) and medical air are mainly used in hospitals, and healthcare facilities, while the gas mixtures are used for clinical and medical applications for patient diagnostics such as lung function testing or blood gas analysis.
Arterial blood gas analysis showed respiratory acidosis with hypoxaemia.
Of course accuracy in the pulmonary function lab is very important in blood gas analysis whether it is for routine testing, high altitude simulation studies, exercise studies, or when qualifying a patient for oxygen re-imbursement.
Complete blood count and capillary blood gas analysis along with abdominal and chest X-ray must be performed.
Blood gas analysis revealed a metabolic alkalosis excluding renal tubular acidosis.