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9780815180012

Practical Math For Respiratory Care; A Text and Workbook

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    9780815180012

  • ISBN10:

    0815180012

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Workbook
  • Copyright: 1995-11-01
  • Publisher: MOSBY-YEAR BOOK INC

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Summary

Offers students a comprehensive explanation and review of essential respiratory care math skills as they apply to clinical situations. Every chapter has learning objectives, clinical significance boxes, sample problems that appear after each new concept and a group of practical exercises.

Table of Contents

Math Concepts
1(12)
Introduction to Math Concepts
1(6)
Converting Units
2(1)
Canceling Units
2(2)
Rearranging a Formula to Solve for a New Item
4(2)
Rounding the Answers
6(1)
Practice Excercises
7(6)
Gas Laws
13(21)
Density
13(4)
Boyle's Law
17(2)
Charles's Law
19(1)
Gay-Lussac's Law
20(2)
Combined Gas Law
22(2)
Saturated Versus Dry Gases
24(3)
Practice Exercises
27(7)
Gas Cylinders
34(13)
Gaseous Cylinders
34(2)
Cylinder Duration
36(2)
Liquid Oxygen
38(3)
Practice Exercises
41(6)
Flow Rates
47(11)
Inspiratory Flow Rates
47(2)
Application of Oxygen Therapy Devices
49(4)
For Oxygen Concentrations Less Than 35%
49(1)
For Oxygen Concentrations 35% or Greater
49(1)
For Oxygen Concentrations 35% or Greater
50(1)
For Oxygen Concentrations 35% or Greater
51(2)
Practice Exercises
53(5)
Mixing Air and Oxygen
58(11)
Determining the Ratio of Air and Oxygen
58(3)
For Oxygen Concentrations Less Than 35%
58(1)
For Oxygen Concentrations 35% or Greater
59(2)
Determining the Oxygen Concentration When the Air and O2 Flows Are Known
61(2)
Application of the Formulas
63(2)
Practice Exercises
65(4)
Drug Dosages
69(11)
Relationships of Metric Equivalents
69(1)
Solutions Available in Percents
70(1)
Converting to Desired Dosages
71(1)
Solutions Available as Dilutions
72(3)
Practice Exercises
75(5)
Humidity
80(14)
Humidity Concepts
80(3)
Water Content of Aerosols
83(1)
Water Vapor Pressure
84(1)
Dalton's Law
85(1)
Practice Exercises
86(8)
Prediction of Pao2 with a Change in Concentration
94(9)
The Formula
94(1)
Application
95(1)
Rearranging the Formula
96(1)
Practice Exercises
97(6)
Oxygen Content
103(9)
The Formula
103(2)
Normal Values
105(1)
Arterial-Venous Difference
106(1)
Practice Exercises
107(5)
Alveolar Air Equation
112(15)
Alveolar Oxygen Tension
112(1)
Normal Alveolar Gases
112(1)
The Respiratory Exchange Ratio
113(2)
The Alveolar Air Equation
115(2)
Causes of Hypoxemia
117(1)
Alveolar Hypoventilation
117(1)
Shunt and V/Q Mismatch
117(1)
Response to Oxygen Therapy
117(2)
Practice Exercises
119(8)
Lung Volumes and Capacities
127(10)
Lung Volumes
127(1)
Lung Capacities
128(1)
Equations to Determine Lung Volumes and Capacities
128(3)
Practice Exercises
131(6)
Mechanical Ventilation
137(23)
Ideal Body Weight and Tidal Volume
138(3)
Compressed Gas Volume
141(2)
Minute Volume
143(1)
Calculating Inspiratory Flow Rates
144(1)
Inspiratory Time
145(1)
I/E Ratio
146(3)
Application
149(2)
Practice Exercises
151(9)
Compliance and Resistance
160(12)
Dynamic and Static Compliance
160(4)
Airways Resistance
164(1)
Practice Exercises
165(7)
Dead Space
172(17)
Calculating Dead Space
172(1)
Rearranging the Formula
173(1)
Other Components of Dead Space
174(1)
Alveolar Dead Space
175(1)
Anatomic Dead Space
175(1)
Alveolar Volume
176(3)
Practice Exercises
179(10)
Cardiac Output
189(11)
Relationship of Cardiac Output to Stroke Volume and Heart Rate
189(2)
Athletes
191(1)
Individuals in Cardiac Failure
192(1)
The Fick Equation
192(2)
Modifying the Fick Equation
194(1)
Practice Exercises
195(5)
Shunt Determinations and Oxygen Delivery
200(14)
Shunt Delivery
200(4)
Oxygen Delivery to the Tissues
204(2)
Oxygen Utilization
206(1)
Practice Exercises
207(7)
Hemodynamics
214(75)
Available Data in the Critical Care Unit
214(2)
Derived Data
216(1)
Calculating Cardiac Index
216(2)
Calculating Stroke Volume
218(1)
Calculating Stroke Volume Index
219(1)
Calculating Systemic Vascular Resistance
219(1)
Calculating Pulmonary Vascular Resistance
220(2)
Calculating Stroke work
222(2)
Practice Exercises
224(9)
APPENDIX
A Posttest: Practice Examination
233(14)
B Answers to Posttest
247(6)
C Answers to Practice Exercises
253(26)
D Values
279(4)
E Formulas
283(6)
Index 289

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