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A patient receiving
the following Tx.
PDP,Sx.,SVN with Alb.
and NS. What is the
proper sequence to
giving this therapy?
SVN with Alb.and NS,
PDP,
Sx.
What are the 3 major
goals of O2 therapy?
releive hypoxemia,
decrease the work of breathing,
decrease the work of the heart
Define Hypoxemia
abnormal defiency of O2 in the arterial blood
Hypo=low <br />
-emia=blood
Define O2 induced hypo-
ventilation
complication of O2 therapy
in a patient who breathes
on a hypoxic drive
How do you treat a patient
with O2 induced hypoventilation?
by decreasing the level of inspired O2
(FIO2)
induced=
hypo=
ventilation=
What disease or disorder is
frequently treated by Hy-
perbaric O2 therapy?
CO poisining
tissue transplants/grafts
gas gangrene
decompression sickness
Gram negative organisms
causes pneumonia and_______
______ ________
respiratory tract infections
Staphylococcus is mostly
spread by poor_____ and
______ infections
handwashing
nasal
Gram negative organisms
and gram positive cocci
causes _____ and ____
_____ _______.
pneumonia
respiratory tract infections
The most common gram
positive cocci
staphylococcus
Hyperbaric O2 therapy
purpose is to ___the PO2
by ____ the baro-
metric pressure
increase
increasing
Containers and bottles should be labled with the date and time
and used within ___ hours
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