im on oxygen how low is to low? oymeter say sat at 65-86 wth oxygn on I HAVE AN EMERG. QUESTION..I HAVE A GIANT PARASOPAGEAL HERNIA STAGE5..MY Wo low...my oxygensats ar at 64-86HOLE STOMACHES IN MY ...
a blood make-up that produces thrombonin at a higher rate than normal. Hence the blood clot issues. I hear ... to help oxygenate the blood cells? Would this have a clotting effect in the red blood cells (which I need ...
was still very I ll not even able to walk 10 feet and on 3 lpm oxygen. Thefev1 Was59. I been doing a lot better no oxyen room air 98%heart rate79had follow up ray it was normal and blood work rbc 3.87hemaglobin ...
breathing rate is 28 and his pulse is 124 and his 02 levels can drop very rapidly when his breathing begins ... on oxygen and even been into resus. He is 5 years old and i am scared to sleep on a night incase i dont wake ...
Sons oxygen levels arent going above 95 w/ treatment and running a fever, heart rate 140-150 range, has asthma 4 years old
HI. This means the asthma is still not controlled or he has attendant chest problems like pneumonia.
Fever and high heart rate go in favor of respiratory tract infection. I hope he is well covered with antibiotics and must be admitted.
I took oxygen shot and I fainted there after hardly 1 min. I totally confused for hours later. couldnt walk properly. had high heart rate.should I be worried
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Due to over exposure , you may got these symptoms , so need not to worry . This is normal ,not a cause of concern.Good luck. Dr.Het
My HR today from 70 to 130 (resting), normal BP and oxygen.Palpitations & lightheaded.No caffiene. resting. Chest thru upper rt back pain. 43 yr female.
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Heart rate of 130 per minute is high and needs evaluation. You can consult a cardiologist and get ECG and Holter monitoring done to find out the cause.
Dr Sudhir Kumar MD DM
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