Criteria for diagnosis of respiratory failure, Biology

Criteria for Diagnosis of Respiratory Failure

  1. PaO2, < 60 mm Hg when breathing room air. 
  2. PaCO2, > 50 mm Hg. 
  3. Vital Capacity < 15 ml/kg 
  4. Respiration > 30/min or below 8/min.
Posted Date: 11/5/2012 12:55:26 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Criteria for diagnosis of respiratory failure, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Criteria for diagnosis of respiratory failure, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Criteria for diagnosis of respiratory failure Discussions

Write discussion on Criteria for diagnosis of respiratory failure
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Starch gelatinization Undamaged starch granules are insoluble in cold water but can imbibe water  reversibly i.e. they can swell slightly and then return to their original siz

Explain Nephrotoxicity Nephrotoxicity is the major dose-limiting toxicity of amphotericin B deoxycholate; sodium loading with  normal saline may prevent or ameliorate it and is

(a) What are the intermediate products of anaerobic respiration in an active muscle? (b) Which of them is associated with oxygen debt? (c) In what way is th

Q. What are the typical components of a closed circulatory system? The typical components of the closed circulatory system are the blood vessels within which blood circulates c

difference between RBC and WBC for homework

C o c c i d i o si s It is a protozoan disease, caused by Eimeria species, resulting in enteritis, debility and anaemia. E t iology: It is caused by E.

MYCOPLASMOSIS Mycoplasma organisms are the smallest free living, lack of cell-wall and bounded by a triple layer of plasma membrane. The organisms are pleuomorphic in shape, viz.

Q. Illustrate Bite-wing radiographs? The short and long-term evaluation of crestal bone loss around implants is best evaluated with intraoral radiographs. Threaded implants mak

what happens to your total peripheral resistance when you go from a warm room to cool outside air

Explain the Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling 1. Dispersion model is a mathematical description of the meteorological transport and dispersion process that is quantified in terms