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Blutgasanalyse und Sauerstofftherapie

  • M. Obladen

Zusammenfassung

Das Blutgasanalysegerät ist eines der Herzstücke der Intensivstation. Moderne Geräte führen unabhängig voneinander pH-Messung (Glaselektrode), PO2-Messung (Clark-Elektro de) und PCO2-Messung (Severinghaus-Elektrode) durch, berechnen Standardbikarbonat, Basendefizit und O2-Sättigung und zeigen alle Werte digital an bzw. drucken sie aus.

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