pH (acidity); pCO2 (partial pressure of carbon dioxide); pO2 (partial pressure of Decreased PO2 levels are associated with: Normal Adult Arterial Values*.
intra-arterial and transcutaneous PO2 sensors in adult critically ill patients. The PiaO2 values were measured using a bipolar oxygen sensor placed through .
Arterial Blood Gases. Normal Values for PaO2. The normal value for the partial pressure of arterial oxygen (PaO2) irrespective of age is greater than
Blood gases are a measurement of how much oxygen and carbon dioxide are in your blood. They also determine the acidity (pH) of your blood.
Refers to hydrogen ion (H+,) levels, hence the 'H' in pH. mmhg. paO2. Arterial oxygen tension. In other words how well the lungs are able to pick up.