Greg Digby225x309This episode of “A Clinical Minute” has Dr. Digby describing acute respiratory failure.

Some of the terms he mentions are:

adrenergic receptor agonist, alveoli, anxiety, ARDS/acute respiratory distress syndrome, arterial blood gasses, arterial oxygen tension, asthma, blood gas analysis, bradycardia, breathing apparatus, bronchiole, bronchoconstriction, bronchodilation, bronchoscopy, chronic bronchitis, CNS, CO2, COPD, corticosteroid, croup, depressive drugs, diaphragm, emphysema, endotracheal tube,
epithelium, esophagus, expiratory flow rate, gas exchange, hypercarbia, hypoxia, infection, influx/efflux, metabolic acidosis, metabolic alkalosis, mucus, O2, opioids, pneumonia, red blood cells/RBC, respiratory muscle fatigue, shortness of breath, trachea, trauma, tremors, Type 1/hypoxemic respiratory failure, Type 2/ventilatory respiratory failure, upper airway obstruction


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