yes, it truely is a hassle entering all those values manually!
it is really so much easier to just take the readout from the blood gas machine and go through the values for BE, HCO3
the producers of these machines put all the software for calculating BE and bicarbonate and other derived values into their software,
and it ought not to be a problem to put in the equations for Stewart acid-base analysis, either.
so if you are in a position to influence them, point them to our website, and we shall gladly help them with it .....
otherwise, if you can make your hospital's IT-system send a simple url-line to our website, we can provide a result page complete with
interpretations for your IT-system to display - just contact us!
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