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Hypoxia is a condition which means the body has an inadequate oxygen supply. Early symptoms of hypoxia include restlessness, anxiety, tachycardia and tachypnea. When inadequacy of oxygen supply is prolonged, late symptoms include bradycardia, extreme restlessness and dyspnea. In pediatrics, the symptoms of hypoxia can be easily remembered with the acronym FINES – feeding difficulty, inspiratory stridor, nares flare, expiratory grunting and sterna retractions.

A condition which means the body has an insufficient oxygen supply. Symptoms are feeding difficulty, inspiratory stridor, nares flare, expiratory grunting, and sterna retractions.

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Arterial blood gas: ABGs made easy for nurses, nursing school students with the Tic Tac Toe Method for NCLEX exam This video demonstrates how to set-up arter.

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Use this chart either by color, by value, or by the arrows (like you would see in lab results).

Basic tips and tricks to understand ABGs in the adult patient population. Interpretation focusing on acid-base balance.