Very helpful! Thanks.
Thank you!! I have my MBBS OSCE the day after tomorrow. Wish me good luck!
1. You do not need, and will not be able to, in clinical practice, give local anaesthetic before doing ABG. they are done primarily in emergency situations and when venous sampling is unsuitable and 2. You should engage the needle safety device by pushing the cover against a surface; definitely not with your finger as theoretically this increases the risk of needle-stick injury.
Nice work, minor comment: labeling the sample with pt's details is missing. 😀
oh my god I love your channel. the videos are good
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Wish me good luck
Doing my clinicals, looking forward to getting these down.
Turkish subtitles will be even better
Very helpful video. Only thing that always worries me when taking ABG samples is the possibility of injury while removing needle and applying firm pressure immediately with the other hand. Is that a thing?
Kindly Explain the No. Of Guage Used during collection of sample and further process after collection of sample !
CI: Circulation problem, blood thinner ex. Warfarin, problem in blood clotting, allergy.
Love ur vidd
awesome instructional vid for those learningbut this is the most well person i have ever seen getting an ABG 😀 lol
In how many minutes the sample should reach the ABG analyser machine….
First time I saw the modified Allen's test! Goddamn!!!
2nd year RT please be good to me
Such a fine and detailed video keep making such videos 👍👍
CI: practical exam 100
Also remember to safety net after
How to expel the heparin?
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