# Hyperbaric Conversions/Formulas.txt

 The flashcards below were created by user TomOkey on FreezingBlue Flashcards. Convert FSW to PSIG Multiply FSW by .445 Convert PSIG to FSW Divide PSIG by .445 Convert FSW to ATA Add 33 to the FSW then divide by 33 = ATA Convert PSIG to ATA Add 14.7 to the PSIG then divide by 14.7 = ATA Convert ATA to FSW Subtract 1 from the ATA then multiply by 33 = FSW Convert ATA to PSIG Subtract 1 from the ATA then multiply by 14.7= PSIG Convert ATA to mmHg Multiply ATA by 760 = mmHg Convert mmHg to ATA Divide the mmHg by 760 = ATA Convert mmHg to % Divide the mmHg by 7.6 Convert % to mmHg Multiply the % by 7.6 Convert Celsius to Kelvin Add 273 Convert Fahrenheit to Rankin Add 460 To find the PP of Inspired Oxygen? Multiply the Total Pressure by % of gas(FIO2)PO2=PTotal x FIO2 Find the Arterial Partial Pressure of inspired oxygen. Subtract the partial pressure of water (PH2O =47) from the PTotal. Multiply that by the FIO2 then subtract the partial pressure of carbon dioxide in the alveoli (PCO2)PAO2=[(PTotal-PH2O)xFIO2]-PCO2 Dalton's Law PTotal=ppN2 +ppO2 +PP of other gases. Henry's Law formula P1/A1 = P2/A2A=amount ie: Liters, CC etc. Gay-Lussac's Law Formula P1/T1 = P2/T2Temp is absolute  & Volume is constant IE: scuba tank. Charles Law Formula V1/T1 = V2/T2Temp is in absolute  & Pressure is constant because container is flexable IE:balloon at Sea Level Boyle's Law Formula P1 x V1 = P2 x V2 General or Combined Gas Law Formula (P1xV1)/T1 = (P2xV2)/T2 AuthorTomOkey ID272301 Card SetHyperbaric Conversions/Formulas.txt DescriptionConversions that are used in Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine Updated2014-06-06T13:22:26Z Show Answers