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Lab values beyond the numbers. Toni Petrillo, MD. Objectives. Ability to interpret a blood gas Recognition of abnormal Lab values Treatment of some of the more critical values. Overview. Blood Gases Chemistries CBC’s CSF. Blood Gases. pH PCO2 PO2 Base Excess O2 Sat. Blood Gases.

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objectives
Objectives
  • Ability to interpret a blood gas
  • Recognition of abnormal Lab values
  • Treatment of some of the more critical values
overview
Overview
  • Blood Gases
  • Chemistries
  • CBC’s
  • CSF
blood gases
Blood Gases
  • pH
  • PCO2
  • PO2
  • Base Excess
  • O2 Sat
blood gases1
Blood Gases
  • pH
    • Normal : 7.35 - 7.45
    • pH = acidosis;
    • pH = alkalosis
blood gases2
Blood Gases
  • PCO2
    • Normal 35-45mmHg
      • Increased PCO2
        • Respiratory Acidosis
        • Compensated metabolic alkalosis
      • Decreased PCO2
        • Respiratory Alkalosis
        • Compensated metabolic acidosis
  • PO2
    • 80-100mmHg at sea level and RA
blood gases3
Blood Gases
  • Base
    • Normal -3 to +3mMol/L
    • Base excess indicates too much (metabolic alkalosis)
    • Base deficit indicates too little buffer (metabolic acidosis)
blood gases metabolic acidosis
Blood Gases: Metabolic Acidosis
  • Metabolic Acidosis
      • for every drop of meq/l in HCO3 pH will decrease by 0.15
      • if respiratory compensation will have a in PCO2
blood gases metabolic acidosis1
Blood Gases: Metabolic Acidosis
  • Causes
      • Renal losses of HCO3
      • GI Losses of HCO3
      • Uremia
      • DKA
      • Ingestion
        • Aspirin
        • ETOH
blood gases respiratory acidosis
Blood Gases: Respiratory Acidosis
  • PCO2 increased
      • PCO2 by 10mmHg will PHbyunits
      • If metabolic compensation occurs will have HCO3
    • Causes
      • Brain Depression: sedative, CHI
      • Neuromuscular : Myasthenia, Gullian Barre
      • Lungs: Pulmonary Edema, FB, Pneumonia, Pneumothorax, atelectasis
      • Other: Abdominal distention
blood gases metabolic alkalosis
Blood Gases: Metabolic Alkalosis
  • HCO3 increases
    • for every  meq/L will  pH by 0.15 units
    • If respiratory compensation PCO2
    • Related to conditions that have hypokalemia or loss of hydrogen Ion
    • Causes
      • Hypokalemia
        • GI: vomiting, Pyloric stenosis
        • Urine Loss: diuretics, antibiotics, Mg
blood gases metabolic alkalosis1
Blood Gases: Metabolic Alkalosis
  • Causes cont
      • Loss Of H+
        • vomiting
        • Hypercalcemia
        • chloride losing diarrhea
blood gases respiratory alkalosis
Blood Gases: Respiratory Alkalosis
  • PCO2 
    • For every PCO2 mmHg pH 0.08
    • If metabolic compensation  HCO3
    • Caused by excessive removal of CO2
blood gases respiratory alkalosis1
Blood Gases: Respiratory Alkalosis
  • Causes
    • Respiratory Center Stimulation
      • CNS (tumor, Infection)
      • Anxiety/Stress
      • Drugs
    • Hypermetabolic States
      • Fever
      • Thyroid
    • Mechanical Ventilation
blood gases examples
Blood Gases: Examples
  • 7.56 / 20/ 88/ -2
  • 7.24/ 60/ 88/+2
  • 7.55/ 40/88/ +15
  • 7.12/ 40 /88 / -20
blood gases examples1
Blood Gases: Examples
  • 7.30 / 60 / 88 / + 20
  • 7.20/ 15 / 88/ -25
chemistries basics
Chemistries (Basics)
  • Sodium (Na+)
  • Potassium (K+)
  • Chloride (Cl-)
  • Bicarb (HCO3-)
  • BUN
  • Creatinine (Cr)
  • Glucose
  • Calcium (Ca+)
chemistries na
Chemistries: Na+
  • Sodium
    • Normal range 135-145mmol/L
    • Life threatening
      • < 120
      • >155
    • Can cause seizures, venous sinus thrombosis, CNS hemorrhage,
chemistries na1
Hyponatremia

Excessive H2O

Cirrhosis, CHF

Hypoalbuminemia

Nephrotic

Malnutrition

Vomiting/ Diarrhea

Diuretics

SIADH

Cerebral Salt Wasting

False

Hyperglycemia

Na+ decrease 1.6 meq/l for each increase in glucose over 100

hyperlipidemia

Na decrease by .002 x lipid (mg/dl

Chemistries : Na+
chemistries na2
Chemistries : Na+
  • Hypernatremia
    • Diabetes Insipidus
    • Diarrhea
    • Dehydration
    • Hypercalciuria
    • Diabetes
    • Hyperaldosteronism
chemistries na3
Chemistries : Na+
  • Treatment is based partially on the causes
  • if hypernatremic do not want to correct Na+ more than 10-15 meq per day
    • will increase risk of cerebral edema
    • 3-4 cc/kg of free water will decrease serum Na+ by 1 Meq/L
  • for acute symptomatic hyponatremia may use hypertonic saline 5-10 cc /kg
chemistries k
Chemistries: K+
  • Potassium
    • Normal 3.4 - 4.7mmol/L
    • Life threatening
      • < 2.5
      • >6.5
    • Major complications Arrhythmia and EKG changes, weakness
chemistries k1
Hypokalemia

Diuretics

hypomagnesium

Licorice

RTA

V/D

Pyloric Stenosis

DKA

Antibiotics (ie: AmphoB)

Hyperkalemia

Acidosis

Renal Failure

Muscle necrosis

Blood Transfusions

Hemolysis

CAH

Chemistries: K+
chemistries k and changes in ekg
Hyperkalemia

peaked T waves

Widening of QRS

loss of P wave

ST segment depression

bradycardia

ventricular arrhythmias

Hypokalemia

prominent u wave

ST segment depression

ventricular arrhythmias

Chemistries: K+ and changes in EKG
chemistries k2
Treatment of Hypokalemia:

KCL bolus

0.3 - 1 meq / kg

no more than 0.6 meq/kg/hour

Treatment of Hyperkalemia:

Insulin and Glucose

NaHco3

Ca+

Kayexalate

Lasix

Albuterol

Chemistries: K+
chemistries cl
Chemistries: Cl -
  • Chloride
    • Normal 95-105mEQ/L
    • Hypochloremia
      • Metabolic Alkalosis Respiratory Acidosis
      • CHF •Burns
    • Hyperchloremia
      • Metabolic Acidosis •Respiratory Alkalosis
      • Dehydration •RTA
chemistries hco3
Chemistries: HCO3-
  • Sodium Bicarbonate
    • Normal: 20-26 mEQ / L
    • Increased in Metabolic Alkalosis and Compensated Respiratory Acidosis
    • Decreased in Metabolic Acidosis and Compensated Respiratory Alkalosis
    • Causes previously discussed in blood gas section
chemistries bun
Chemistries: BUN
  • Blood Urea Nitrogen
    • Normal: 5-20 mg/dl
    • Elevated Tissue Necrosis
      • Gi Bleed •High Protein Diet •Steroids
      • Shock •Dehydration •Diarrhea
      • Burns •Tissue Necrosis
    • Decreased
      • Anabolic Steroids •Malnutrition
      • Liver Dz •Pregnancy
chemistries cr
Chemistries: Cr
  • Creatinine
    • Normal: Child usually less than 1
    • Increased:
      • Renal Dz
      • Muscle necrosis
      • hypovolemia
chemistries glucose
Chemistries: Glucose
  • Glucose
    • Normal: 60-115mg/dl (infants >40)
    • Hyperglycemia (AMS, Kusmal breathing)
      • diabetes •Pancreatitis
      • Cushing\'s dz •Pheochromocytoma
      • drugs (ie: Steroids, Epi)
    • Hypoglycemia (jitters, Sz, Sweating)
      • Malaria •liver dz •Malignancy
      • enzyme deficiency •Malnutrition
chemistries glucose1
Chemistries: Glucose
  • Treatment of Hypoglycemia
    • Neonate or child: 0.5 to 1 gram / kg
      • if using D25 would be 2-4 cc / kg
        • dilute D50 1:1 with sterile water
      • if using D10 5-10 cc / kg
        • dilute D50 1:4
    • Adult: ampule of D50
chemistries glucose2
Chemistries: Glucose
  • Treatment of Hyperglycemia
    • Fluid bolus 10cc/kg NS
    • insulin 0.05u - 1 unit/kg
    • If diabetic in DKA be very judicious of fluid administration and no NHCO3 unless cardiac instability
chemistries ca
Chemistries: Ca+
  • Calcium
    • Normal 8-11mg/dl
    • Panic Value:<7 or > 12 (tetni, Sz, arrhythmia)
    • Hypercalcemia (CHIMPS)
      • C= Cancer
      • H= Hyperthyroid
      • I= Iatrogens
      • M= Multiple Myeloma
      • P= Primary Hyperparathyroid
      • S= Sarcoid
chemistries ca1
Chemistries: Ca+
  • Hypocalcemia
    • renal failure
    • hypoparathyroid
    • pseudohypoparathyroid
    • magnesium deficiency
    • anticonvulsants
    • Rickets
    • Pancreatitis
    • Blood transfusions
cbc s
CBC’S
  • White Blood cell = WBC
    • Differential
      • Segs / polys •Lymphocytes
      • Eosinophils •Monocytes
      • Basophils •Bands
  • Hemoglobin
  • Hematocrit
  • Platelets
cbc wbc1
Increased neutrophils

physiologic

newborn,pregnancy

Pathologic

acute infection

inflammatory dz

metabolic disorder

tissue necrosis

drugs

stress

Decreased neutrophils

Infection

bacterial

typhiod

septicemia

Viral

Hepatitis –mono

flu –measles

myeloid hypoplasia

drugs

CBC: WBC
cbc wbc2
Increased Lymphocytes

Infection

Viral:

Hepatitis –mono

CMV –HSV

Bacterial

Pertussis –mumps

Chronic Inflammation

Metabolic

Hematologic

ALL

Decreased Lymphocytes

Increased Corticosteroids

immunodeficiency

miliary Tb

Lupus

CBC: WBC
cbc wbc3
CBC: WBC
  • Monocytes
    • Elevated
      • mumps
      • malaria
      • lymphomas
  • Eosinophils
    • Elevated
      • Parasitic dz •T-Cell leukemia
      • allergies •lupus
cbc hemoglobin hematocrit
CBC: Hemoglobin / Hematocrit
  • Hemoglobin
    • Normal
      • 1 week: 13-20 •1 month: 11-17
      • 6months 10.5-14.5 •1 year: 11-15
      • 10years: 11-16 •15years: 14-18M

12-16F

  • Hematocrit
    • Normal
      • 14-90d:35-49 •6m-1yr:30-40
      • 4-10yr: 31-43 •Adult:42-52M 37-47F
cbc h h
Increased Hct

Polycythemia

Heart Dz

Chronic Hypoxia

High Altitude

Hemoconcentration

Surgery

Burns

Dehydration

Decreased Hct

Anemia

Iron Deficiency

Malabsorbtion

HgSS

Toxin/drugs

Lead

Infection

Malaria

CMV

Cancer

CBC: H/H
cbc platelets
CBC: Platelets
  • Platelets
    • Normal: 150-450 thousand
    • Decreased platelets
      • Decreased production
        • Marrow Depression: Aplastic Anemia, Radiation
        • Marrow infiltration: Leukemia
        • Congenital: Wiskott Aldrich, immune deficiencies
      • Increased destruction
        • autoimmune: ITP, Mono, SLE
        • Coagulopathies: DIC, HUS, TTP
        • Drugs
cbc platelets1
CBC: Platelets
  • Increased Platelets
    • Reactive thrombocytosis
      • infection
      • splenectomy
      • surgery/stress
      • Inflammatory dz.
    • Thrombocythemia
      • myeloproliferative disorder
      • Chronic granulocytic leukemia
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