A patient with COPD has an arterial blood gas (ABG) content of 65 mm Hg. A normal ABG oxygen level ranges between 80 and 100 millimeters of mercury (mm Hg). If you send this patient to the hyperbaric chamber what oxygen pressure do you need to program the machine to bring the ABG content to 90 mm Hg. (assume your patient is the average human) Additional information: The average human has 3 liters of blood. Body temperature is 37 C. Determine the volume in liters occupied by 198 grams of Oxygen at STP.

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A patient with COPD has an arterial blood gas (ABG) content of 65 mm Hg. A normal ABG oxygen level
ranges between 80 and 100 millimeters of mercury (mm Hg). If you send this patient to the hyperbaric
chamber what oxygen pressure do you need to program the machine to bring the ABG content to 90
mm Hg. (assume your patient is the average human)
Additional information: The average human has 3 liters of blood. Body temperature is 37 C.
Determine the volume in liters occupied by 198 grams of Oxygen at STP.
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A patient with COPD has an arterial blood gas (ABG) content of 65 mm Hg. A normal ABG oxygen level ranges between 80 and 100 millimeters of mercury (mm Hg). If you send this patient to the hyperbaric chamber what oxygen pressure do you need to program the machine to bring the ABG content to 90 mm Hg. (assume your patient is the average human) Additional information: The average human has 3 liters of blood. Body temperature is 37 C. Determine the volume in liters occupied by 198 grams of Oxygen at STP.

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