A practical guide to critical parameters in acute care testing such as pO2, lactate and troponin

Critical parameters in acute care testing

Radiometer's acute care testing handbook is offering a practical guide to critical parameters in acute care testing such as pO2, lactate and troponin

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Index of critical parameters in the handbook

Oxygen status

    Oxygen uptake Oxygen transport/delivery Oxygen release Lactate and tissue oxygenation The patient's oxygen status - flow chart Description of the flow chart

Oxygen partial pressure – pO2  

Hemoglobin – Hb

Oxygen saturation – sO2  

Oxyhemoglobin – O2Hb

Oxygen content – ctO2  

p50

Carboxyhemoglobin – COHb

Methemoglobin – MetHb

Shunt

Acid-base status

pH

Carbon dioxide partial pressure – pCO2  

Bicarbonate – HCO3

Base Excess – BE

Anion Gap – AG

Potassium – K+  

Sodium – Na+  

Chloride – Cl–  

Ionized calcium – Ca2+  

Glucose

Lactate

Bilirubin

Creatinine

Cardiac troponins – cTnI and cTnT

Natriuretic peptides – BNP and NT-proBNP

D-dimer

C-reactive protein – CRP

Human chorionic gonadotropin – hCG

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