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Doctor Blood Gas ABG

The Doctor Blood Gas app is an app that helps students and physicians to interpret the abg - arterial blood gas - test

The Doctor Blood Gas app is an app that helps students and physicians to interpret the abg - arterial blood gas - test

Doctor Blood Gas ABG

by PEBMED INSTITUICAO DE PESQUISA MEDICA E SERVICOS TECNOLOGICOS DA AREA DA SAUDE S.A.
Doctor Blood Gas ABG
Doctor Blood Gas ABG

What is it about?

The Doctor Blood Gas app is an app that helps students and physicians to interpret the abg - arterial blood gas - test. This test is done primarily to measure ventilation and oxygenation of the blood and its interpretation is important in the diagnosis of many diseases. Download it now!

App Details

Version
11.6
Rating
(47)
Size
18Mb
Genre
Medical Utilities
Last updated
June 28, 2016
Release date
July 29, 2012
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App Store Description

The Doctor Blood Gas app is an app that helps students and physicians to interpret the abg - arterial blood gas - test. This test is done primarily to measure ventilation and oxygenation of the blood and its interpretation is important in the diagnosis of many diseases. Download it now!

Evaluation:

- The acidity or basicity of the blood (ph);
- Partial pressure of carbon dioxide in the blood;
- Partial pressure of oxygen in the blood;
- Level of bicarbonate in the blood;
- Base-excess of bicarbonate in the blood.

In the app you will find:

- Different approaches;
- Hydroeletrolitic balance;
- Acid-base balance;
- References

Also, you will find how to treat, the concept of each of the approaches and the clinical manifestations.

Many methods exist to guide the interpretation of the ABG, the most common one is the "anion gap" by Henderseon-Hasselbach.

Purposes for testing:

- Acidosis;
- Diabetic ketoacidosis;
- Lactic acidosis;
- Metabolic acidosis;
- Respiratory acidosis;
- Respiratory alkalosis.

Doubts and suggestions: Please contact us at: contato@pebmed.com.br