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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. 40cmmHg
    2. 12 mE/dL
    3. 25 mmol/L
    4. 7.4 pH
    5. 120/80 mmHg
    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. Mix metabolic acidosis.
    5. Respiratory alkalosis.
    1. pH 7.41, PCO2 40 mmHg, HCO3 25mmol/L, PO2 90 mmHg
    2. pH 7.31, PCO2 40 mmHg, HCO3 25mmol/L, PO2 90 mmHg
    3. pH 7.44, PCO2 40 mmHg, HCO3 25mmol/L, PO2 60 mmHg
    4. pH 7.38, PCO2 40 mmHg, HCO3 45mmol/L, PO2 90 mmHg
    5. pH 7.40, PCO2 60 mmHg, HCO3 25mmol/L, PO2 90 mmHg

    Author of lecture Davenport Diagram – Laboratory Diagnostics

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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