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pH - decreased, PaCO2 - increased, HCO3 - WNL
Respiratory Acidosis
pH - increased, PaC02 - decreased, HCO3 - WNL
Respiratory Alkalosis
pH - increased, PaCO2 - WNL, HCO3 - increased
Metabolic Alkalosis
pH - decreased, PaCO2 - WNL, HCO3 - decreased
Metabolic Acidosis
Normal Value of pH
7.4
Normal value of PaCO2
40 mmHg
Normal value of HCO3
24 mEq/L
Normal value of PO2
97 mmHg
Alveolar hyperventilation causes what?
Respiratory Alkalosis
Alveolar hypoventilation causes what?
Respiratory Acidosis
Maximal volume expired after normal expiration
Expiratory Reserve Volume (ERV)
The amount of air exhaled in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd second of a forced vital capacity test
Forced Expiratory Volume (FEV)
The amount of air forcefully expired after a maximal inspiration.
Forced Vital Capacity (FVC)
Volume in the lungs after normal exhalation
Functional Residual Capacity (FRC)
The amount of air that can be inspired after a normal exhalation
Inspiratory capacity (IC)
Maximal volume inspired after normal inspiration.
Inspiratory Reserve Volume (IRV)
Lung volume remaining in the lungs at the end of a maximal expiration
Residual Volume (RV)
Total volume inspired and expired per breath
Tidal Volume (TV)
Lung volume measured at the end of a maximal inspiration.
Total Lung Capacity (TLC)
Maximal volume forcefully expired after a maximal inspiration.
Vital Capacity (VC)
W/C ramp must have ___ inches of length for each inch of vertical rise.
12 inches of length for each inch of vertical rise
W/C ramp grade must be less than or equal to _____
W/C ramp grade must be less than or equal to 8.3%
Minimum doorway width to be w/c accessible
32"
Minimum hallway clearance to be w/c accessible
36"
Minimum w/c turning radius (u-turn) in inches
60" width
78" length
Bathroom sink must not be less than _____ in height to be w/c accessible
29"
Bathroom toilet must be ___ to ___ inches from floor to top of toilet to be w/c accessible.
17" to 19"
Where are sterile gowns considered sterile?
In the front from the waist level upwards, including the sleeves
Weakest level of measurement. Categories are very broad and each participant will fit into only one of the categories. Each category is independent of the other.
Nominal
Which level of measurement are the following: male vs female, yes vs no
Nominal
This level of measurement is also known as a ranking scale. Data that is collected will be placed into independent categories, however, the categories have a qualitative relationship regarding the order of ranking. There is not equality between each category.
Ordinal
Which level of measurement are the following:
MMT
Levels of assistance
Ordinal
A metric measurement scale where the distance between any two numbers is of equal amounts. In this scale the unit of measure and zero are both arbitrary.
Interval
Which level of measurement are the following:
Celsius temperature scale
Calendar time
Interval
A metric measurement scale where the unit of measurement is arbitrary, however, there is an absolute zero.
Ratio
Which level of measurement are the following:
Weight
Length
Ratio
Subjects are randomly selected from predetermined characteristics related to a particular study.
Stratified random sampling