i got a couple of questions that needs enlightenment....
1st is about central and peripheral hypoxia(or hypoxemia) i cant remember the term used by our instructor...
my question is, would there be a possibility that a person will have central hypoxemia but no signs and symptoms of peripheral hypoxemia? (im looking for a pathophysiology if theres one)
2nd, is pott's disease different from tuberculosis of the bones?
Jul 18, '10
my first question arise from a question given by our instructor...
(this is not quoted btw)
patient X, is suffering from central hypoxemia, he's signs and symptoms would likely be
c)Bluish nail bed
d) a and b
the answer is d(as our instructor claimed) but im wondering how come a patient suffering
Jul 19, '10
how come a patient w/ central hypoxia is not suffering from peripheral hypoxia....
kindly enlighten me... its been bugging me for a week now..