hemoglobin saturation

hemoglobin saturation,

the amount of oxygen combined with hemoglobin in proportion to the amount of oxygen the hemoglobin is capable of carrying. It is expressed as a percentage of a ratio: content/capacity.
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Our study supports the assertion that during neonatal transition oxy hemoglobin saturation does not reach 90% until approximately 10 minutes of life.
11 Cerebral oximetry based on Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS), monitors hemoglobin saturation in:
Hematological and Genetic Predictors of Daytime Hemoglobin Saturation in Tanzanian Children with and without Sickle Cell Anemia.
Most standard pulse oximeters use only 2 wavelengths to determine hemoglobin saturation.
These oxygen concentrations often far exceed that required to maintain normal hemoglobin saturation in elderly patients undergoing surgery," Roberts said.
Those with low flow states or those in shock often have poor peripheral perfusion, resulting in low tissue hemoglobin saturation and falsely depressed pulse oximetry readings (3,4).
Thanks to the multifaceted capabilities of the embedded communications processor, patient data on blood pressure, pulse rate, blood glucose, weight, temperature, blood hemoglobin saturation, and fetal vital signs can be transmitted to the care provider and captured as an integral part of disease management.
The estimate of hemoglobin saturation that is derived from these measurements is called "Sp[O.
A woman is much more likely to survive if you can keep her systolic blood pressure above 90 mm Hg and her arterial partial pressure greater than 60 mm Hg, with a hemoglobin saturation of 90% and a urine output of greater than 30 mL/hour.
2] administration is terminated, arterial hemoglobin saturation should decline to the initial value.
Pulse oximetry estimates of arterial hemoglobin saturation are as accurate for fetal as for adult hemoglobin.