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Define Boyles Law:
Temp. remains the same.
Volume increases with pressure. (Air in ears, pressure in a syringe)
Define Charles Law:
Gas expands as temperature increases.
Define Henry's Law:
Deals with solubilty in a gas. Gas in a liquid.
Seen mainly in decompression Sickness
Define Graham's Law:
Law of gaseous diffusion.
Define Dalton's Law:
The total pressures of all gas mixures is the sum of the partial pressure.
Time of useful consciousness is:
The elapsed time from exposure to oxygen deprived enviroment to the point where deliberate fuction is lost.
___mg/kg of ______________is a medication used in head injuries.
1.5-2.0mg/kg Lidocaine
___________is used in Pediatric patient during intubation.
0.1mgkg Atropine
Succinylcholine is contraindicated in:
Penatrating eye injuries, narrow angle glaucoma, Hx of maligant hypperthermia, burns over 24HRS old & Hyperkalemia
Atial Valve failure is associated with:
anterior / septal wall MI's
Rounded T waves on a EKG indicates?
Hypokalemia <3.5
Normal CVP Pressure?
2-6 mmhg
Normal PCWP?
8-12 mmhg
Normal CO?
4-8 liters/min
Normal Stroke Volume?
Normal PVR?
50-250 Dynes
Normal SVR?
800-1200 Dynes