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Question:83 What would be identified on the arterial blood gas results as a reflection of acute respiratory distress syndrome? A. Low PaO2 levels B. High PaO2 levels C. Decreased PaCO2 D. Increased HcO3 Answer:A The result of the arterial blood gas that would reflect the presence of acute respiratory distress syndrome would be a low PaO2 level. The paCO2 will initially decrease but increase as the patient becomes more fatigued. Question:84 What characteristics would the nurse most likely assess in a patient with reduced Renal Reserve (early stages of renal disease)?
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  • Fall '16
  • Mohammad Alizadeh
  • Blood sugar, Acute respiratory distress syndrome, Arterial blood gas, Respiratory Distress Syndrome

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