Supplemental Oxygen Syndrome: A Case Study

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This patient is not is need of oxygen at this time. As noted by Woo and Wynne (2012), administration of supplemental oxygen is done in the presence of hypoxemia to avoid organ damage (pg. 1016). This patient has reported shortness of breath, however the objective assessment reveals a respiratory rate of twenty and no use of accessory muscles or retractions.
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