By Lois L. Bready MD, Susan Helene Noorily MD, Dawn Dillman MD
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7. : End-tidal carbon dioxide monitoring during cardiopulmonary resuscitation, JAMA 257 (4):512–515, 1987. 8. White RD, Asplin BR: Out-of-hospital quantitative monitoring of end-tidal carbon dioxide pressure during CPR, Ann Emerg Med 23 (1):25–30, 1994. 9. Domsky M, Wilson RF, Heins J: Intraoperative end-tidal carbon dioxide values and derived calculations correlated with outcome: prognosis and capnography, Crit Care Med 23 (9):1497–1503, 1995. 35 CAPNOGRAPHY CAPNOGRAPHY (Cont’d from p 33) D Check plateau Increased amplitude Increased CO2 production Treat Decreased CO2 elimination Increase ventilation Iatrogenic (NaHCO3) Observe Appropriate amplitude Decreased amplitude E Check ␣ angle Normal Increased CO2 elimination Decrease ventilation Decreased CO2 production Warm patient Decreased CO2 elimination Low cardiac output Correct V/Q Upward slant Prolonged expiration Uneven V/Q relationship Bronchospasm Normal capnogram Treat problem Pulse Oximetry GEORGE A.
D 1. Auscultate for wheezes 2. Check capnogram shape 1. Absent 2. Unsuccessful Attempt to pass catheter through ETT Kinked ETT Successful Mucus, blood, or foreign body obstruction of ETT or large airway 49 Response to Low-Pressure Alarm J. D. DENHAM S. D. Problems with gas delivery to anesthetized patients continue to cause morbidity and mortality. 1 Use of alarms to alert practitioners of potential or real problems is commonplace in anesthesia practice. 2,3 Combining these human elements with the ever-increasing complexity of modern anesthesia machines makes it imperative for health care providers to learn how to use their equipment properly to protect patients from injury.
When it appears that the oxygen is contaminated, select a new source of oxygen by opening the reserve oxygen cylinder and disconnecting the hose to the oxygen pipeline. 2 If the low oxygen condition persists, despite switching to the reserve cylinder, a cross-connection exists within the anesthesia machine or the oxygen analyzer is miscalibrated. , bag-valve circuit and a fresh oxygen cylinder). REFERENCES 1. pdf, 2004. 2. Thorp JM, Railton R: Hypoxia due to air in the oxygen pipeline: a case for oxygen monitoring in theatre, Anaesthesia 37:683, 1982.