Assessment of the Critically Ill Patient

  1. I am doing a lecture at school on blood gas interp. I wanted to find some images of patients that exemplify the blood gas. Does anyone have a presentation they can share that has classic images of patients who are hypoxic, hypercarbic due to COPD exacerbation, obstructive sleep apnea, pink puffers/blue bloaters, kids tripoding due to epiglotitis, acute cardiogenic shock, shock due to volume loss, etc etc. I would be greatful for any shares you can provide.
    Ed Collier
    edward.collier@osumc.edu
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  3. by   tookewlandy
    Quote from RRTsoontobeRN
    I am doing a lecture at school on blood gas interp. I wanted to find some images of patients that exemplify the blood gas. Does anyone have a presentation they can share that has classic images of patients who are hypoxic, hypercarbic due to COPD exacerbation, obstructive sleep apnea, pink puffers/blue bloaters, kids tripoding due to epiglotitis, acute cardiogenic shock, shock due to volume loss, etc etc. I would be greatful for any shares you can provide.
    Ed Collier
    edward.collier@osumc.edu
    Check the CD that came with your Med/Surge or critical care books, My Med surge book had some pictures of Hypoxic pts
  4. by   KenCCRN
    Quote from RRTsoontobeRN
    I am doing a lecture at school on blood gas interp. I wanted to find some images of patients that exemplify the blood gas. Does anyone have a presentation they can share that has classic images of patients who are hypoxic, hypercarbic due to COPD exacerbation, obstructive sleep apnea, pink puffers/blue bloaters, kids tripoding due to epiglotitis, acute cardiogenic shock, shock due to volume loss, etc etc. I would be greatful for any shares you can provide.
    Ed Collier
    edward.collier@osumc.edu
    Ed:

    Just do some google searches for hypoxia and the other key words...the net has a vast amount of pics and info.
    Ken

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