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    Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) Analyzer

    Interprets ABG.
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    INSTRUCTIONS

    This analyzer should not substitute for clinical context. Sodium and chloride are required for anion gap calculation.
    Pearls/Pitfalls
    While the analyzer can often help with analysis, the history of the patient is critical for accurate interpretation.
    mm Hg
    mEq/L
    mEq/L
    mEq/L
    g/dL
    Acute
    Chronic

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    Advice

    A venous blood gas often correlates well with arterial blood gas findings (except for PaO2) unless values are extremely abnormal, and can often be used successfully as a screening tool.
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