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Clinical Application of Blood Gases, Part 3: Bicarb

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Date Added to MERLOT: October 21, 2008
Date Modified in MERLOT: October 21, 2008
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Submitter : Jeanne Sewell

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Clinical Application of Blood Gases, Part 3: Bicarb is the third in a series of seven video lectures by David Gibson. The video is 4:04 minutes long. Bicarb is discussed as a relationship between pH and CO2. The learning resource could be used as a review after an ABG lecture or a supplement to textbook readings.

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acid-base balance, acid base physiology, arterial blood gas, ABGs

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Primary Audience: College Lower Division, College Upper Division, Graduate School, Professional
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Technical Requirements: The user will need a computer with an Internet connection and the shockwave plug-in to view the video.
Language: English
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