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104. What is the first change in arterial blood gases with diarrhea?
decreased bicarbonate ion
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What are some greenhouse gases and what is the greenhouse effect?
-carbon dioxide, nitrogen, water vapor
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A pt’s ABGs include a PaO2 of 88 mm Hg, PaCO2 of 38 mm Hg, and mixed venous blood gases of PvO2 of 40 mm Hg and PvCO2 of 46 mm Hg. What do these findings indicate
if chemicals or irritating gases burn the eyes, how should the eye be treated?
-remove contact lenses if applicable -flush eyes with large amounts of water for 15-20 minutes -allow water to run to the outside of the eye
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11. What kind of gases do plants require?
Oxygen (to support cellular respiration) and carbon dioxide (to carry out photosynthesis)
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a naturally occuring effect in which gases trap heat close to the Earth's surface
greenhouse effect
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Which of the following greenhouse gases has no natural source? A-carbon dioxide B-chlorofluorocarbons C-nitrous oxide D-methane
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what two gases increase the likelihood of PONV?
Sevoflurane and Nitrous Oxide
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What allows gases to be compressed or expanded so easily?
The Empty Space between gas particles explains why gases can be compressed (increasing its density) or expanded (decreasing its density)
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What is the electron configuration for the noble gases other than helium?
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