By Graham Robert Nimmo
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As you assess breathing targeted examination of the chest is appropriate. • High concentration oxygen is best given using a mask with a reservoir bag and at 15l can provide nearly 90% oxygen. i The concentration of oxygen the patient breathes in is determined by the type of mask as well as the flow from the wall and the breathing pattern. By using a fixed performance system (Venturi) you can gauge the percentage much more accurately. • The clinical state of the patient will determine how much oxygen to give, but the acutely ill should receive at least 60% oxygen initially.
Always record the FiO2 (oxygen concentration). • Oxygen therapy should be adjusted in the light of ABGs: O2 requirements may increase or decrease as time passes. Circulation • As you assess circulation targeted examination of the heart is appropriate. • IV access is often difficult in sick patients. 44 adult medical emergencies handbook | NHS LOTHIAN: UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS DIVISION | 2009/11 • The gauge of cannula needed is dictated by the required use: - large bore cannulae are required for volume resuscitation.