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Davenport Diagram – Laboratory Diagnostics

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Davenport Diagram – Laboratory Diagnostics by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Pulmonary Diagnostics.


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    1. 40 mm Hg
    2. 12 mE/dL
    3. 25 mmol/L
    4. 7.4 pH
    5. 120/80 mm Hg
    1. HCO₃
    2. PCO₂
    3. PO₂
    4. H₂O
    5. H⁺
    1. Compensation
    2. Hyperventilation
    3. Desaturation
    4. Hypoventilation
    5. Hydroxylation
    1. Days
    2. Minutes
    3. Hours
    4. Weeks
    5. Months
    1. The value of pCO₂ is decreasing
    2. The value of pCO₂ is increasing
    3. The value of PO₂ is decreasing
    4. The value of HCO₃ is decreasing
    5. The value of HCO₃ is increasing
    1. Mixed metabolic alkalosis
    2. Respiratory acidosis
    3. Metabolic alkalosis
    4. Mixed metabolic acidosis
    5. Respiratory alkalosis
    1. pH 7.41, PCO₂ 40 mm Hg, HCO₃ 25 mmol/L, PO₂ 90 mm Hg
    2. pH 7.31, PCO₂ 40 mm Hg, HCO₃ 25 mmol/L, PO₂ 90 mm Hg
    3. pH 7.44, PCO₂ 40 mm Hg, HCO₃ 25 mmol/L, PO₂ 60 mm Hg
    4. pH 7.38, PCO₂ 40 mm Hg, HCO₃ 45 mmol/L, PO₂ 90 mm Hg
    5. pH 7.40, PCO₂ 60 mm Hg, HCO₃ 25 mmol/L, PO₂ 90 mm Hg

    Author of lecture Davenport Diagram – Laboratory Diagnostics

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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