ABCs of ABG: Clinical Applications of Blood Gas Complimentary Webinar Series

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ABCs of ABGs: Simple Acid-base Disorders (Part 1)

Join us for a discussion on the basic principles of blood gas analysis, with a focus on acid-base balance and respiratory/metabolic disorders and an understanding of the associated arterial blood gas (ABG) values. This webinar will help to simplify the assessment and identification of these disorders.

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ABCs of ABG: Mixed Acid/Base Disorders (Part 2)

Join us as we review the anion gap and delta ratio to understand the usefulness of these calculations in the diagnosis of metabolic disorders. Mixed acid/base disorders and their corresponding etiologies are presented. Many clinical examples are shared that help to simplify the assessment of these disorders.
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ABCs of ABG: Pearls and Pitfalls of Acid-base Analysis (Part 3)

You are invited to the final presentation of this three-part series
This session: 

  • Addresses the use of arterial vs. venous blood gas measurements.
  • Discusses measured vs. calculated bicarbonate values.
  • Reviews lactate as a predictor of mortality and the relevance of an osmolality measurement. 

Clinical examples are shared to illustrate the interpretation of blood gas results for a proper and definitive diagnosis.
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Download the RAPID Analysis – Blood Gases and More e-book Today!

This 135 page e-pub file reviews the history of blood gas testing, pre-exam considerations, acid base metabolism, electrolytes and metabolites.

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