Management of respiratory failure, Biology

Management

Goals

  1. Improve oxygenations and ventilation to restore the person/s Pa2O2 and PaCO2, to their previous levels. 
  2. Understand the underlying cause. 
  3. Remove the cause or improve. 
  4. Treated with low-flow or controlled flow/oxygen (inspired O2 concentration) in the patient between 24 per cent to 30 per cent) by using ventury mask or two pronged nasal cannula with 1-2 liters flow rate. This will increase the amount of 0, carried by Hb without increasing the PaO2
  5. Patient with other causes can have high/low rates of 0, (5 to 10 L/mt).
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