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II, III, aVF
Left lateral surface
V5, V6, I, VL
pH 7.3, PCo2 35, Po2 99, HCO3 18, BE-4
Metabolic acidosis (Bicarb low, pH low)
pH 7.48, PCo2 20, Po2 100, HCO3 22, BE 0
Respiratory alkalosis (High pH, PCo2 low)
pH 7.18, PCo2 50, Po2 86, HCO3 22, BE 0
Respiratory acidosis (Low pH, High Co2)
7.35 - 7.45
35 - 45
80 - 100
22 - 26
-2 to +2
ABGs: Oxygen saturations
95 - 100
Anion Gap (formula)
Sodium + potassium - chloride + bicarbonate
CCP = MAP - ICP
What is the CCP?
The difference between MAP and ICP
CCP Normal ranges
50 - 70mmHg
What is ICP?
The pressure inside the skill (in the brain tissue and CSF)
What is the normal range for ICP?
What is the reference range for anion gap?
What is the anion gap?
The anion gap represents the concentration of all unmeasured anions in the plasma
What is dobutamine and what is it used for?
Ina trope: vasoconstrictor - increases HR and BP. Used in treatment of heart failure and cariogenic shock
What does the oxygen haemoglobin dissociation curve represent?
The relationship between O2 saturation and arterial PaO2 (456-789)
What are the characteristics of AF?
No P wave and irregular
What are the characteristics of VT?
Broad QRS complex, fast, regular, no P wave
What are the characteristics of VF?
No identifiable P, QRS, T waves, fast rate and irregular