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(foot and hand)
(aortic arch is preductal and not preferred) Normal position above diaphragm
(low position is L3-L4)
(blanching indicates obstruction of flow)
Calibration value = Concentration of gas in cylinder x Pb
Using a cylinder that contains 10% O2, what would be the calibration value of a TcPO2 device if the barometric pressure was 760?
Calibration value = .1 x 760 = 76 mm Hg