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What does ABG stand for?
ABG stands for Arterial Blood Gas (test)
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We have 110 other meanings of ABG in our Acronym Attic
- Alaska Botanical Gardens (Anchorage, Alaska)
- Alpha Beta Gamma (business honor society)
- Alumni Board of Governors (various schools)
- Alveolar Bone Graft
- American Barley Genomic
- Anak Baru Gede (Indonesian: Just Turn to a Teenager)
- Angkatan Babe Gue (Indonesian: My Father's Generation)
- Anjou Bureau Gestion (French: Anjou Office Management)
- Antibiogramma (antibiotic essay)
- Anton Bruckner Gymnasium, Straubing (Straubing, Germany)
- Artery Bypass Graft
- Artisan Baked Goods
- Artisan Beef Genetics (Harvey, AR)
- Artisan Builders Guild (Denville, NJ)
- Asian Beach Games
- Asociación Becaria Guatemalteca (Association of Guatemalan Scholarship Holders)
- Asociación de Banqueros de Guatemala
- Association Bernard Gregory (Paris, France)
- Australian Broadband Guarantee (initiative)
- Aviation Boatswain's Mate
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Physiologic variables and arterial blood gas values were also measured.
Topics include chest radiograph, electrocardiographs and arterial blood gas interpretation, practice scenarios, fluid management, haemodynamic monitoring, shock, airway management and oxygen therapies.
21,24 METHODS TO AVOID COMPLICATIONS Patients with known lung disease should have preoperative lung function tests and arterial blood gas evaluation.
Comparison of capillary and arterial blood gas measurements in neonates.
Arterial blood gas analysis failed to confirm this low oxygen saturation.
95 Paperback RB45 Performing an arterial blood gas (ABG) analysis is a fundamental skill yet many find it difficult to learn and apply.
In the study, the Masimo LNOP Blue sensor -- which was specifically designed for use in pediatric patients with low oxygen saturation -- was compared to a Nellcor OxiMax sensor and to a standard Masimo LNOP sensor not designed for cyanotic patients, and was shown to have a "significantly higher correlation to arterial blood gas in comparison to the two other sensors studied.