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Interpretation of blood gases

Author: Robert A Klocke; American Thoracic Society. Learning Resources Center.
Publisher: New York : American Lung Assn. for the American Thoracic Society, ©1975.
Edition/Format:   Visual material : Slide : EnglishView all editions and formats
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(Producer) This program approaches the interpretation of clinical blood gas measurements from the physiologic viewpoint. It emphasizes the abnormal mechanisms that produce hypoxemia and hypercapnia, and stresses the importance of understanding the underlying physiology. Actual examples of the application of blood gas analysis to patients in a variety of situations are used to teach the viewer how to distinguish  Read more...
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Material Type: Slide
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Robert A Klocke; American Thoracic Society. Learning Resources Center.
OCLC Number: 3087950
Notes: Sound accompaniment compatible for manual and automatic operation.
Review date: Feb. 1982.
Learning method: Self instructional.
Description: 51 slides : color ; 2 x 2 in. + cassette (2-track. mono, 35 min.) and script
Responsibility: Robert A. Klocke ; prepared for the American Thoracic Society, Learning Resources Center.

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(Producer) This program approaches the interpretation of clinical blood gas measurements from the physiologic viewpoint. It emphasizes the abnormal mechanisms that produce hypoxemia and hypercapnia, and stresses the importance of understanding the underlying physiology. Actual examples of the application of blood gas analysis to patients in a variety of situations are used to teach the viewer how to distinguish between the various causes of hypoxemia. The viewer learns to detect hypoxemia due to decreased ventilation, shunting, and abnormal matching of ventilation and blood flow. The physiologic principles of oxygen therapy are included in the discussion of case material.

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