there are a number of links to good fluid and electrolyte information on this sticky thread on the nursing student assistance forum:
here are some other abgs weblinks:
- this is an abg and acid/base balance tutorial. you do not have to register to go through the tutorial.
- "abg's: it's all in the family"
- "interpretation of abgs: the battle of bicarb vs. carbon dioxide
- "the abg site". six easy steps to accurately interpret arterial blood gasses from ed4nurses.
- an abg and abg analysis tutorial by a nursing instructor at indiana state university. http://www-isu.indstate.edu/mary/abgpract.htm
- this is a quiz to test what you learned (includes answers).
- "interpretation of abgs: a four step method". from rnceus.com. discusses the authors four step method for interpreting abg values along with patient case studies and examples.
- blood gas basics from mad scientist software
- abg tutorial from butler community college nursing program. includes questions and case scenarios. not sure if all answers to questions are on the site.
- this is an abg review. it has 20 sets of abgs for you to interpret. the answers are at the bottom of the page.