Normal Values

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Normal Values
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  1. Urine output
    40ml/hour
  2. HR adult
    60-100/min
  3. Diagnostic chest percussion
    resonant- sound over normal air filled lung
  4. Blood pressure Adult
    • 120/80 mmHg
    • 90/60-140/90 mmHg
  5. ICP
    5-10 mmHg
  6. Cerebral perfusion pressure CPP
    70-90 mmHg
  7. RBC
    4-6 mill/mm3
  8. Hb
    12-16 gm/100 ml blood
  9. Hct
    40-50%
  10. White Blood cells
    5,000-10,000 per mm3
  11. Potassium
    3.5-4.5 mEq/L
  12. Sodium
    • 140 mEq/L
    • 135-145 mEq/L
  13. Chloride Cl-
    • 90 mEq/L
    • 80-100
  14. Bicarbonate HCO3
    • 24 mEq/L
    • 22-26 mEq/L
  15. Creatinine
    0.7-1.3 mg/dL
  16. BUN
    8-25 mg/L
  17. clotting time
    up to 6 mins
  18. Platelet count
    150,000-400,000 mm3
  19. Activated partial thromboplastin time APPT
    24-32 seconds
  20. Prothrombin time PT
    12-15 sec
  21. Term infant
    38-42
  22. APGAR score
    7-10
  23. Temperature-Infant
    36.5 degrees Celcius
  24. Heart rate-Infant
    110-160/ min
  25. RR-Infant
    30-60 BPM
  26. BP-Infant
    60/40
  27. Term birthweight
    3000g
  28. Dubowitz score
    40
  29. New Ballard Score NBS
    40
  30. Blood glucose (term infant)
    > 30mg/dL
  31. L/S ratio
    2:1 or higher
  32. Capnography ETCO2
    • 30 torr
    • 3-5%
  33. Pulse Oximetry (SpO2)
    93-97%
  34. Co-oximetry
    1-3%
  35. Mean artierial pressure (MAP)
    93-94 mm Hg
  36. Right atrial pressure
    • 2-6 mmHg
    • 4-12 cm H2O
  37. Right ventricle pressure
    25/0 mmHg
  38. Pulmonary arteries
    • 25/8 mm Hg
    • mean 13-14 mm Hg
  39. Pulmonary capillary pressure
    8-10 mm Hg
  40. Pulmonary capillary wedge pressure (PCWP)
    4-12 mm Hg
  41. Left atrial pressure
    2-6 mm Hg
  42. Left ventricle pressure
    120/0
  43. cardiac index
    2-4 L/min/m2
  44. Cardiac Output
    4-8 L/min
  45. Pulse pressure
    40 mm Hg
  46. systemic vascular resistance
    • <20 mm HG/L/min or 
    • 1600 Dynes/sec/m-5
  47. Pulmonary vascular resistance
    • < 2.5mm Hg/L/min or 
    • 200 Dynes/sec/cm-5
  48. Cuff pressure
    • less than or equal to 20 mm Hg
    • less than or equal to 25 cm H2O
  49. ET Tube size 
    Pre term infant
    2.5-3.0 mm
  50. ET Tube size 
    Term infant
    3.0-3.5
  51. ET Tube size 
    Adult male
    8.0-9.0
  52. ET Tube size 
    Adult female
    7.0-8.0 mm
  53. ET Tube Markings
    Oral intubation
    21-25 cm at lips
  54. ET Tube Markings
    Nasal intubation
    26-29cm at nares
  55. Body humidity
    44mg/L or 47 mm Hg
  56. A-aDO2
    • 5-10 mm Hg on 21% O2
    • 25-65 mmHg on 100% O2
  57. CaO2
    17-20%
  58. CvO2
    12-16%
  59. C(a-v)O2
    4-5 vol%
  60. PaO2/FiO2
    380 or greater
  61. Cardiac output
    4-8 L/min
  62. Qs/Qt
    3-5%
  63. SaO2
    • 98%
    • 95-100%
  64. VD/VT ratio
    20-40%
  65. Arterial Blood Gas
    PCO2
    • 40 torr
    • 35-45 torr
  66. Arterial Blood Gas
    PaO2
    • 97 torr
    • 80-100 torr
  67. Arterial Blood Gas
    PH
    7.35-7.45
  68. Newborn ABG
    PaCO
    <50 Torr
  69. Newborn ABG
    PaO2
    > 60 Torr
  70. PFT
    Calibration syringe
    • 3.0 Liters
    • Range 2.895-3.105 L (+/- 3.5%)
  71. PFT
    Maximum inspiratory pressure (MIP)
    -80 cm H20
  72. PFT
    Maximum expiratory pressure (MEP)
  73. Vital capacity
    80% of predicted or higher
  74. FEV1
    80% of predicted or higher
  75. FEV1/FVC
    70%
  76. FEF 200-1200
    80% of predicted or higher
  77. FEF 25%-75%
    80% of predicted or higher
  78. Peak expiratory flowrate (FEFR)
    10 L/sec or 600 L/min
  79. Airway resistance
    0.6-2.4 cmH2O/L/sec
  80. Compliance
    60-100 ml/cmH2O
  81. DLco
    25 mL CO/min/mm HG (STPD)
  82. Bedside pulmonary function
    TV
    5-8 mL/kg
  83. Bedside pulmonary function
    VC
    65-75 mL/kg or 10xVT
  84. Bedside pulmonary function
    RR
    12-20 breaths /min
  85. Bedside pulmonary function
    Minute ventilation (Ve)
    5-6 L/min
  86. Bedside pulmonary function
    Maximum inspiratory pressure (MIP)
    -80 cm H2O
  87. Bedside pulmonary function
    Maximum expiratory pressure (MEP)
    160 cm H2o
  88. Bedside pulmonary function
    Static lung compliance
    60-100 mL/cmH2O
  89. Mean airway pressure
    5-10 cmH2O

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