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For each of the types of pneumonia listed on the left select the most appropriate association from the list on the right
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A patient is intubated and is receiving mechanical ventilation on the pressure control A/C mode at a rate of 10/min and peak pressure of 35 cm H2O. Her ABG results are as follows:
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You are monitoring a stable patient that is receiving mechanical ventilation. His ABG results are as follows:
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A 58-year-old female is receiving volume control A/C ventilation at a rate of 12/min with a tidal volume of 450 mL and an FiO2 of 40%. Her ABG results are as follows:
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A 74 kg male patient intubated and receiving volume control A/C ventilation with the following settings: FiO2 of 50%, a set rate of 15, and a tidal volume of 550 mL. The patient’s total respiratory rate is 29 breaths/min. His ABG results are as follows:
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A 61-year-old male patient is post-abdominal surgery and has been on a high-flow nasal cannula at 20 L/min for three days. The patient’s ABG results are as follows:
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A 57-year-old female patient with emphysema has the following ABG results:
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A 176 lb male patient is intubated and receiving volume control A/C ventilation. His settings are as follows: 40% FiO2 at a rate of 12/min and a VT of 550 mL. A blood gas was drawn and bedside measurements displays the following results:
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After drawing an ABG sample, you notice that the blood appears to be darker in color. You suspect that obtained sample is actually venous blood. Which of the following would be the best way to confirm this suspicion?
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A patient with a flail chest arrives to the emergency department and is hyperventilating. Which of the following ABG results would you expect to find for this patient?
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A 51-year-old patient on room air has the following ABG results:
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A patient in the emergency department is receiving oxygen via a nonrebreather at 15 L/min. There ABG results are as follows:
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After collecting an ABG sample, you are about the analyze the sample using a point-of-care analyzer. During the process, the device flags the PaCO2 results. Which of the following should you do at this time?
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