Novel Graphical Tools Abg Interpretation
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Novel Graphical Tools Abg Interpretation

By: Dr.T.Rajini Samuel,
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Arterial Blood Gas analyser is one of the most important point of care testing in intensive care unit that plays a vital role in management of critically ill patients.1-4 The understanding of arterial blood gas (ABG) analysis and interpretation is a challenging and an arduous task yet timely management in emergency clinical conditions results in decreasing the morbidity and mortality of the patients. The accuracy of the blood gas report depends not only on the correct interpretation and proper clinical correlation of the given data's but also depends on the knowledge of preanalytical and analytical errors. The most common problems that are encountered during the collection of the samples are non-arterial samples, air bubbles in the sample, inadequate or excessive anticoagulant in the sample and delayed analysis of a non-cooled sample. Before making an interpretation of the blood gas analysis, it is better to check the consistency of the report by the Modified Henderson Equation.5,6

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  • Format:Hardback
  • Edition:2019
  • Publisher:Mahi Publication
  • Language:English
  • ISBN10:978-93-89339-22-2

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Arterial Blood Gas analyser is one of the most important point of care testing in intensive care unit that plays a vital role in management of critically ill patients.1-4 The understanding of arterial blood gas (ABG) analysis and interpretation is a challenging and an arduous task yet timely management in emergency clinical conditions results in decreasing the morbidity and mortality of the patients. The accuracy of the blood gas report depends not only on the correct interpretation and proper clinical correlation of the given data's but also depends on the knowledge of preanalytical and analytical errors. The most common problems that are encountered during the collection of the samples are non-arterial samples, air bubbles in the sample, inadequate or excessive anticoagulant in the sample and delayed analysis of a non-cooled sample. Before making an interpretation of the blood gas analysis, it is better to check the consistency of the report by the Modified Henderson Equation.5,6

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Dr.T.Rajini Samuel

Dr.T.Rajini Samuel

(Dr.T.Rajini Samuel did MBBS ( 2004 - 2010 ) f rom Chengalpattu Government Medical College located in Chengalpattu, Tamil Nadu, India. Then he served as a duty doctor in Venkateshwara Hospitals Nandanam, Chennai for a period of 2 years (2010 - 2012). He did 3 years M.D (2012- 2015) in Biochemistry from Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospitals, Chennai. After completing his post-graduation, he joined as an Assistant Professor of Biochemistry at Shri Sathya Sai Medical College and Research Institute, Thiruporur from May 2015 and working till date.)

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