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Oxygen
Class
Pharmacology and Actions
Indications
Contraindications
Gas
Enters the body via the respiratory system. Transported by he…
Management of any situation where hypoxia may be suspected.
None in the emergency setting
Class
Gas
Pharmacology and Actions
Enters the body via the respiratory system. Transported by he…
oxygen
oxygen-name
oxygen-indications
oxygen-contridiction
oxygen-action
oxygen
1. have trouble breathing... 2. hypoxia
1. hyperoxia ... 3. not breathing
getting 100% oxygen to the lungs
oxygen-name
oxygen
oxygen-indications
1. have trouble breathing... 2. hypoxia
Oxygen
What is it for?
Classification
Schedule
Mechanism of action
Increase levels of oxygen in body's tissues
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...
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What is it for?
Increase levels of oxygen in body's tissues
Classification
...
5 terms
Oxygen
1.
2.
3.
1.a
demonstrate correct placement of O2 nasal canula
when asked by the examiner, demonstrate how to check the oxyg…
verbalize oxygen use guidelines
place prongs following the contour of the nasal passage and t…
1.
demonstrate correct placement of O2 nasal canula
2.
when asked by the examiner, demonstrate how to check the oxyg…
23 terms
oxygen
oxygenation
alveoli
surfactant
hypoxia induces
the process of providing life sustaining oxygen to the body
where gas exchange occurs
lubricant
anaerobic metabolism which causes the body to become acidoditc
oxygenation
the process of providing life sustaining oxygen to the body
alveoli
where gas exchange occurs
15 terms
Oxygen
adventicious
adventicious breath sounds
Room air
nasal cannula, simple mask
abnormal
crackles, wheezes, ronchi
21%
low flow system
adventicious
abnormal
adventicious breath sounds
crackles, wheezes, ronchi
14 terms
oxygen
Explain the medical use of Oxygen ... in…
Acceptable uses of Oxygen
4-2 Calculate the Alveolar-Air Equation
Calculate the Alveolar-Air Equation
O2 is a basic element used in energy metabolism
To provide enough O2 in blood to be carried to tissues for me…
Find the PAO2 in the Alveoli given a specific FIO2 and PaCO2 .
Dalton's Law states that we must subtract PH2O from PB to fin…
Explain the medical use of Oxygen ... in…
O2 is a basic element used in energy metabolism
Acceptable uses of Oxygen
To provide enough O2 in blood to be carried to tissues for me…
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5 terms
Oxygen
Where is the crew oxygen pressure indi…
Above what cabin altitude will the pas…
How can you activate the microphone in…
Where is the flight crew oxygen cylind…
On the status synoptic page on MFD
14,000' feet
Open the door of the stowage box or press the test/reset button
In the forward cargo compartment
Where is the crew oxygen pressure indi…
On the status synoptic page on MFD
Above what cabin altitude will the pas…
14,000' feet
28 terms
oxygen
Autotroph
Heterotroph
Adenosine triphosphate
Adenosine Diphosphate
an organism that is able to form nutritional organic substanc…
an organism deriving its nutritional requirements from comple…
a compound consisting of an adenosine molecule bonded to thre…
a compound consisting of an adenosine molecule bonded to thre…
Autotroph
an organism that is able to form nutritional organic substanc…
Heterotroph
an organism deriving its nutritional requirements from comple…
5 terms
Oxygen
Presentation
Indications
Contraindications
Adult doses
Cylinder
Anything resulting in hypoxia
Paraquat poisoning with SpO2>88... Bleomycin therapy with SpO2 >88
If require positive pressure ventilation 15LPM target SpO2 94…
Presentation
Cylinder
Indications
Anything resulting in hypoxia
54 terms
Oxygen
Cardiac Output
Afterload
Preload
Angina Pectoris
Amount of blood ejected from left ventricle each minute
The resistance to left ventricle ejection
End diastolic volume
is a transient imbalance between myocardial oxygen supply and…
Cardiac Output
Amount of blood ejected from left ventricle each minute
Afterload
The resistance to left ventricle ejection
5 terms
Oxygen
an element
hydrogen,carbon,oxygen
because living things need it
8
What is oxygen?
What does oxygen usually bond with?
Why is oxygen important?
How many protons does oxygen have?
an element
What is oxygen?
hydrogen,carbon,oxygen
What does oxygen usually bond with?
5 terms
OXYGEN
The oxygen mask doors open automatical…
Manually sends a signal to deploy the…
The light illuminates white when eithe…
This pb controls the crew oxygen low p…
MASK MAN ON Auto Guarded
MASK ON Pressed
PASSENGER SYS ON
CREW SUPPLY OFF
The oxygen mask doors open automatical…
MASK MAN ON Auto Guarded
Manually sends a signal to deploy the…
MASK ON Pressed
44 terms
Oxygen
What are the 3 steps involved in the p…
Ventilation
Perfusion
Diffusion
Ventilation, perfusion, and diffusion
Process of moving gases into and out of lungs
Cardiovascular system pumps oxygenated blood to tissues and r…
Exchange of respiratory gases in the alveoli and capillaries
What are the 3 steps involved in the p…
Ventilation, perfusion, and diffusion
Ventilation
Process of moving gases into and out of lungs
18 terms
Oxygen
Classification
Action
Indications:
Hypoxia
Gas
increases oxygen saturation, utilized in aerobic metabolism
Respiratory distress, Respiratory failure, Respiratory arrest…
Tissue
Classification
Gas
Action
increases oxygen saturation, utilized in aerobic metabolism
Oxygen
Oxygen Classification
Oxygen Therapeutic Effects
Oxygen Indications
Oxygen Protocols
Gas
Oxidizes glucose to provide a useful form of energy to the mi…
~When hypoxia is suspected... ~When oxygen demands are increased
BLS: 201, 202
Oxygen Classification
Gas
Oxygen Therapeutic Effects
Oxidizes glucose to provide a useful form of energy to the mi…
86 terms
Oxygen
When is oxygen inert vs a highly react…
What is the energy required to start a…
Where is oxygen located in the body?
What are some examples of reactive oxy…
high temp- highly reactive... low temp- inert
a high activation energy
90% in mitochondria oxidative phosphorylation... 9% enzymes doin…
superoxide and hydrogen peroxide
When is oxygen inert vs a highly react…
high temp- highly reactive... low temp- inert
What is the energy required to start a…
a high activation energy
8 terms
Oxygen
The oxygen system has a single bottle…
What prevents O2 bottle from over pres…
Crew O2 masks have three selections, n…
With Pax Oxygen in AUTO, when will the…
Left Nose
Oxygen Blowout Disc
Normal... 100%... EMERGENCY
Cabin altitude of 14,500 feet
The oxygen system has a single bottle…
Left Nose
What prevents O2 bottle from over pres…
Oxygen Blowout Disc
Oxygen
When is oxygen inert vs a highly react…
What is the energy required to start a…
Where is oxygen located in the body?
What are some examples of reactive oxy…
high temp- highly reactive... low temp- inert
a high activation energy
90% in mitochondria oxidative phosphorylation... 9% enzymes doin…
superoxide and hydrogen peroxide
When is oxygen inert vs a highly react…
high temp- highly reactive... low temp- inert
What is the energy required to start a…
a high activation energy
8 terms
Oxygen
The oxygen system has a single bottle…
What prevents O2 bottle from over pres…
Crew O2 masks have three selections, n…
With Pax Oxygen in AUTO, when will the…
Left Nose
Oxygen Blowout Disc
Normal... 100%... EMERGENCY
Cabin altitude of 14,500 feet
The oxygen system has a single bottle…
Left Nose
What prevents O2 bottle from over pres…
Oxygen Blowout Disc
11 terms
Oxygen
Phenol structure
Intermolecular Hydrogen Bonding result…
Hydrogen bonding causes increased ____…
Hydrogen bonding occurs when hydrogen…
Higher
Melting points; Boiling Points; Solubility
Highly electronegative atoms such as Oxygen, Nitrogen or Fluo…
Phenol structure
Intermolecular Hydrogen Bonding result…
Higher
oxygen
nasal canula
Simple mask
Air entrainment
Non rebreather
5-8 L 22-24%
5-8 L 40-60%
2-14L 24-55%
10-15L 80-90%
nasal canula
5-8 L 22-24%
Simple mask
5-8 L 40-60%
Oxygen
How many elements are in the Oxygen fa…
How many different classes of elements…
True or false: The oxygen family is al…
What group is the oxygen family in?
6
2
True
16
How many elements are in the Oxygen fa…
6
How many different classes of elements…
2
Oxygen
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Oxygen
Oxygen
Oxygen
9 terms
Oxygen
Indications
Contraindications
Mechanism of Action
Trade
to increase oxygen concentrations in the blood for distributi…
If fire near by, COPD patients
by increasing concentration of oxygen inhaled, you increase o…
Oxygen
Indications
to increase oxygen concentrations in the blood for distributi…
Contraindications
If fire near by, COPD patients
Oxygen
What happens when a pilot pushes the C…
What causes automatic deployment of th…
How is the crew oxygen mask microphone…
What indication would a pilot have of…
• Valve opens to supply low pressure oxygen to the masks.
• Cabin altitude reaching approximately 14,000 feet
• The RESET control slide will accomplish this - it does not…
• The green disk on the lower left side of the forward fusela…
What happens when a pilot pushes the C…
• Valve opens to supply low pressure oxygen to the masks.
What causes automatic deployment of th…
• Cabin altitude reaching approximately 14,000 feet
Oxygen
Nasal cannula
Simple face mask
Non- rebreather
Rebreather
1 to 6 L/min... 22 to 44% O2... 2 to 3 is usual... COPD no more than 3
40 to 60% O2... 6 to 10 L/min... Not for COPD
80 to 90% O2... 10 to 15 L/min... 15 flush**
Up to 70% O2
Nasal cannula
1 to 6 L/min... 22 to 44% O2... 2 to 3 is usual... COPD no more than 3
Simple face mask
40 to 60% O2... 6 to 10 L/min... Not for COPD
118 terms
Oxygen
upper airway anatomy
lower airway anatomy
upper airway purpose
lower airway purpose
mouth to epiglottis
trachea to bronchi
to warm, filter and humidify air
conducts air, clearance of mucous, production of pulmonary su…
upper airway anatomy
mouth to epiglottis
lower airway anatomy
trachea to bronchi
8 terms
Oxygen
Class
Mechanism
Indication
Contraindication
Naturally occurring gas
Reverses hypoxemia
Hypoxemia,
Certain COPD patients, hyperventilation
Class
Naturally occurring gas
Mechanism
Reverses hypoxemia
Oxygen
Oxygen: class
Oxygen: action
Oxygen: indications
Oxygen: contraindications
Gas.
Enters body via respiratory system. Transported by hemoglobin…
Management of any situation where hypoxia may be suspected.
None in the emergency setting.
Oxygen: class
Gas.
Oxygen: action
Enters body via respiratory system. Transported by hemoglobin…
Oxygen
Nasal Cannula
Simple face mask
Venturi mask
T piece
1-6 per mL
6-10 per mL
Perfect for COPD
Used to wean off the vent
Nasal Cannula
1-6 per mL
Simple face mask
6-10 per mL
12 terms
Oxygen
Oxygen... Class
Oxygen... Mechanism of Action:
Oxygen ... Indications
Oxygen... Contraindications:
Gas
Increases percentage of oxygen in inspired air.
Indications: ... 1. Increased oxygen demand... 2. Hypoxemia or hy…
None... OR COPD?... OR STROKE?
Oxygen... Class
Gas
Oxygen... Mechanism of Action:
Increases percentage of oxygen in inspired air.
Oxygen
Trade Name
Generic Name
Class of Drug
Indications
Oxygen
Oxygen
Gas [oxidizing agent]
Patients that are hypoxic or at a risk of becoming hypoxic. P…
Trade Name
Oxygen
Generic Name
Oxygen
oxygen
hypoxia
hyoxemia
anoxia
ischemia
lack of oxygen in cells
lack of oxygen in blood
NO oxygen
decreased blood flow
hypoxia
lack of oxygen in cells
hyoxemia
lack of oxygen in blood
Oxygen
Class... Oxygen
Mechanism... Oxygen
Onset... Oxygen
Indications... Oxygen
gas
-gas transported by hemoglobin in cells... -required for the br…
immediate
SpO2 <94%... hypoxia
Class... Oxygen
gas
Mechanism... Oxygen
-gas transported by hemoglobin in cells... -required for the br…
Oxygen
Oxygen - Generic / Trade Name
Oxygen - Classification
Oxygen - Mechanism of Action
Oxygen - Pharmacokinetics
Oxygen
Gas
Enters body via respiratory system, transported to cells by h…
Onset: Immediate ... Peak: Immediate ... Duration: <2 minutes inhal…
Oxygen - Generic / Trade Name
Oxygen
Oxygen - Classification
Gas
14 terms
Oxygen
Kussmaul breathing
Cheyne-Stokes
Hyperinflation
Hyperventilation
Type of hyperventilation that accompanies metabolic acidosis
Result of congestive heart failure, increased intracranial pr…
Giving breaths that are greater than tidal volume set on vent…
Increasing number of breathes client is receiving
Kussmaul breathing
Type of hyperventilation that accompanies metabolic acidosis
Cheyne-Stokes
Result of congestive heart failure, increased intracranial pr…
6 terms
Oxygen
Nasal Cannula
Simple face mask
Partial Nonrebreather with reservoir bag
Non-re breather mask with reservoir bag
1 - 6L ... 24 - 44%... Can eat, drink, talk without difficulty... A…
5-10L... 40-60%... Requires flow rate >5L to prevent re breathing…
6-10L... 40-60%... Allows higher FiO2 to be delivered because 02…
10-15L... 70-100%... Contains only O2, which allows for higher Fi…
Nasal Cannula
1 - 6L ... 24 - 44%... Can eat, drink, talk without difficulty... A…
Simple face mask
5-10L... 40-60%... Requires flow rate >5L to prevent re breathing…
7 terms
Oxygen
Functional Class:
Mechanism of Action:
Indications:
Contraindications:
Oxidizer
A colorless, odorless, tasteless gas necessary for the breakd…
Presence or suspicion of hypoxemia.
None
Functional Class:
Oxidizer
Mechanism of Action:
A colorless, odorless, tasteless gas necessary for the breakd…
oxygen
Tidal Volume
Expiratory Reserve Volume
Inspiratory Reserve Volume
Vital capacity
Normal inhalation and normal exhalation
Normal inhale and exhale then additinal air exhaled
Normal breath in and then stop and breathe in more
Max inhalation and Max exhalation
Tidal Volume
Normal inhalation and normal exhalation
Expiratory Reserve Volume
Normal inhale and exhale then additinal air exhaled
Oxygen
Nasal cannula
Nasal cannula
Simple face mask
Simple face mask
1-2L... 3-4L... 5-6L
24-28... 32-36... 40-44
5-6L... 6-7L... 7-8L
40... 50... 60
Nasal cannula
1-2L... 3-4L... 5-6L
Nasal cannula
24-28... 32-36... 40-44
Oxygen
Class
Action
Indication
Contraindications
Elemental gas
Facilitates cellular energy metabolism
-Hypoxia... -ischemic chest pain... -respiratory distress... -suspecte…
Known paraquat poisoning
Class
Elemental gas
Action
Facilitates cellular energy metabolism
oxygen
abdominal cavity
alveoli
bronchi
diaphragm
Contains stomach, intestines, spleen, and liver, and other or…
changes oxygen in the lungs
1 is bronchus.two short branches located at the lower end of…
(anatomy) a muscular partition separating the abdominal and t…
abdominal cavity
Contains stomach, intestines, spleen, and liver, and other or…
alveoli
changes oxygen in the lungs
Oxygen
breathing
external respiration
internal respiration
cellular respiration
moving air into and out of lungs (ventilation
exchanging gases between the air in the lungs and the blood
changeing gases between the blood and the body cells
using O2 in the cell process and the production of CO2
breathing
moving air into and out of lungs (ventilation
external respiration
exchanging gases between the air in the lungs and the blood
Oxygen
Oxygen: Class
Oxygen: Actions
Oxygen: Indications
Oxygen: Contraindications
Gas
Facilitates cellular metabolism
1) Hypoxia... 2) Is beneficial for almost all patients requiring…
None
Oxygen: Class
Gas
Oxygen: Actions
Facilitates cellular metabolism
12 terms
Oxygen
Hydr/o
Glyc/o
Glycos/o
Lact/o
Water
Sugar
Sugar
Milk
Hydr/o
Water
Glyc/o
Sugar
26 terms
Oxygen
Ventilation
Inspiration/expiration
Perfusion
Diffusion
The process of moving gases into and out of the lungs
An active process stimulated by chemical receptors in the aor…
The ability of the cardiovascular system to pump oxygenated b…
Exchange of respiratory gases in the alveoli and capillaries
Ventilation
The process of moving gases into and out of the lungs
Inspiration/expiration
An active process stimulated by chemical receptors in the aor…
5 terms
Oxygen
Symbol
Class
State
Physical Property
O
Nonmetal
Gas
Colorless, odorless
Symbol
O
Class
Nonmetal
11 terms
Oxygen
Trade Name
Generic Name
Classification
Actions
None
Oxygen
Medical Gas
Oxygen is necessary for all normal cellular functions. It mak…
Trade Name
None
Generic Name
Oxygen
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