Twenty one percent, which is the equivalent of room air.
Air normally contains 21% oxygen. During rescue breathing this drops to 16%.
Typically 16% oxygen is delivered during rescue breathing. Air is made up of 21% oxygen so the 16% you exhale is still adequate.
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When the patient's breathing and blood circulation are impaired, or when the patient has anemia (low levels of red blood cells), body tissues do not receive as much oxygen and energy. Consequently, the patient experiences a general sense of fatigue.
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The patient will receive a mild sedative to ease the anxiety of the procedure.
To receive Supplemental Security Income, one must meet citizenship requirements, have limited financial resources, and be either over 65 years of age or "totally and permanently disabled" as defined by Social Security regulations.
Equal opportunity in health care means a patient will be able to receive any treatment or medication that any other patient would receive. This would not allow discrimination against a patient.
yes they can
The patient may resume normal or postoperative activities after the test.
The patient can resume normal activities immediately after the test.
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