Arterial Blood Gas
Students read an explanation of the values used for arterial blood gas analysis.
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Thanks so much for this! I'm a nursing student in AZ and I cannot find a good ABG tutorial anywhere! I am going to recommend this to everyone I know!
Very good! Concise information and the animations/graphics make it very understandable for the beginner. Is also good for review.
This is awesome!!! Thank you!!!
Looks superb! I wouldnt call O2 "nice to know" although it doesnt contribute to acid base analysis-I wouldnt diminish the need to include assessing for hypoxia in the analysis of ABGs for your learners! Otherwise - love it! JH
Thank you! This explanation was easy to use and easy to understand. It gave me a good idea of what each of the ABG values are, what they mean, and what "balance" means with ABG. Great tool for student nurses. THANK YOU!! JIM
Nice and helpful start, I need more.
very good, easy to understand. was short though would have liked more info
THIS WAS VERY HELPFUL. IT WAS A GREAT LEARNING TOOL AND I THINK THAT OUR PROFESSORS SHOULD USE THIS BECAUSE IT IS SHORT AND SIMPLE AND TO THE POINT.
Give it four and a half stars for conciseness and pleasant presentation. It will be great for entry and review knowledge.
Good information...would love something like this to assist in analyzing ABGs and recognizing Metabolic and Respiratory Acidosis/Alkalosis (compensated, partially compensated and uncompensated)...and the use of these for DKA.
good. please add more information
I thought this information was very useful on understanding ABGs and how all of the players in the normal values come together well thanks alot!
Is a better article. Im a lecturer of medical surgical nursing and is very important that student know more about that. thank you
I felt this was a good review but was cut a little short-would like to of seen more information offered!!
I enjoyed to animation. But hope there is more to follow. As this segment was very rudimentary. Sincerely,
Didn't really get anything out of this exercise.
Nice graphics. Started out with basic information but I would like to see this expanded to identifying the various types of acidosis and alkalosis too. This has much potential for learning.
I really like the use of animation. Too often it is over used, but yours really supports the information being conveyed. Pat Hoppe GTC
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