Published Mar 24, 2017
what are the indications for each of these?
What does your book tell you?
0 what are the indications for each of these?
Air is used to cut pure O2 in order to be able to adjust FiO2. I suppose you could use pure medical nitrogen too, but if you made a mistake and forgot to turn on the O2, you'd kill someone. Air is safer because you'll never go below 0.21 FiO2
are you saying that medical air is used in conjunction with pure oxygen in order to "fine tune" the FiO2 the patient receives?
RNNPICU, BSN, RN
In order to help answer your question, I have some questions
1. What context are you looking at.. meaning what type of pt
2. What type of scenario
3. What do you know about medical air and oxygen
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