the ABG site
Welcome to the ABG Site
The ABG Site is dedicated to helping nurses and other healthcare professionals learn and interpret arterial blood gases.
The ABG Site is the place to learn and practice Arterial Blood Gases:
Use the 6 Easy Steps to Analyze ABGs. From novice to expert, the 6 Easy Steps will help you to understand and interpret arterial blood gases.
Use examples and case studies to improve your ABG analysis skills. Correlate changes in patient condition with ABG changes. Includes integration of base excess and anion gap in arterial blood gas interpretation.
Use complex case studies to test and expand your knowledge. Analyze trends in ABG results to find problems early. Evaluate treatment strategies for complex patients.
Everything you need to learn ABGs the easy way.
Buy all three: "6 Easy Steps to ABG Analysis", "More Practice with ABGs", and "Complex ABG Cases" and get 10% off.
Everything you need to teach ABGs the easy way!
All three programs: "6 Easy Steps to ABG Analysis"", "More Practice with ABGs", and "Complex ABG Cases", plus a special facilitator's guide to assist with planning and delivering great ABG classes.
Step-by-step guide to analyzing ABGs. Packed with information, yet small enough to carry.
Hi, Im a Respiratory therapy student what does it mean when PH IS NORMAL, PCO2 IS NORMAL AND Pa02 IS 150mm/hg at room air. Why do you think Pa02 is high, I was asked this by my instructor and didn't know the answer and still don't, please help.
If the pO2 exceeds 100mmHg, the patient is probably on supplemental oxygen. It is possible to get an elevated pO2 from hyperventilation, but most often it will be from O2 therapy.