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OXYGENATION BY USING 10 LPM BAG AND MASK IMPROVES RESPIRATORY ACIDOSIS
ALO (Acute Lung Oedema) is the most common and remarkably life threatening medical emergency. It is not unusual that clients come to the hospital in critical condition. ALO occurs due to fluid accumulation in the alveoly, thereby impairing gas exchange and the client will experience respiratory acidosis and hypoxemia. The ALO management that must be urgently carried out is high concentration oxygenation with PEEP (Positive End Expiratory Pressure) to prevent alveolar collapse by means of Bagdoi:10.20473/jn.v2i2.4958 doaj:9eb8447fb11149938d4ca5fe603d750f fatcat:my7syni2pzafhltduqwsyj44p4