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The rationale is that hypoxemia is bad for myocardial necrosis and that ventilation perfusion mismatch is common in patients with acute MI, particularly after heparin administration. However, the routine use of oxygen in non-hyproxemic patients has not been proven beneficial. Regardless, most centers recommended routine use of oxygen per 6 to 12 hours to ensure adequate oxygenation of the patient. What are the major contraindications to beta-blocker therapy in AMI? 117] at [07/18/16]. Copyright © McGraw-Hill Global Education Holdings, LLC.
Controversial. All three major sites (femoral, internal jugular and subclavian) have advantages and disadvantages that must be weighed. What are the most common immediate complications of central venous catheterization? Pneumothorax, hemothorax, arrhythmias, arterial puncture, air embolus and malposition. 117] at [07/18/16]. Copyright © McGraw-Hill Global Education Holdings, LLC. Not to be redistributed or modified in any way without permission. A narrowed pulse pressure. 36 CRITICAL CARE NURSING REVIEW What are the common delayed complications from central venous catheterization?
Therefore, in this example, the A-a O2 gradient is 75 - 45 or 30 mmHg. What is the normal A-a O2 gradient? 10 mmHg in a 20 year old. What are the principal mechanisms that lead to hypoxemia? Hypoventilation, diffusion limitation, shunt, ventilation-perfusion inequality, low inspired oxygen concentration, and low mixed venous oxygen in the presence of V/Q mismatch. Which of the above mechanisms is the most common? Ventilation-perfusion inequality. Why does hypoventilation lead to hypoxemia?