Normal range7.35 – 7.45 (butremember 7.35is acidic and7.45 is alkalotic).Thick wall thatseparates theright side ofthe heart fromthe leftThe innerlayer ofthe heartwallMetabolicAcidosisTotallycompensated Chamber of theheart thatpumpsoxygenatedblood to theaortaArtery thatcarriesdeoxygenatedblood to thelungartery thatcarriesoxygenatedblood to thebodyValve inbetween theright atrium andright ventricle(three cusps)normal range is35-45 mm Hg.This is ameasurement ofthe primary basein arterial blood. The chamber ofthe heart thatreceivesdeoxygenatedblood from theVena CavaChamber of theheart thatpumpsdeoxygenatedblood to thelungsBicarbonate: is abiproduct of yourbody’s metabolism.Your blood bringsbicarbonate to yourlungs and then it isexhaled as carbondioxide.chamber thatreceivesoxygenatedblood fromthe lungsThe chamber ofthe heart thatreceivesoxygenated bloodfrom thepulmonary veins7.35-7.45;PaCO2: 35-45; HCO3:21-28occurs when the heartmuscle doesn't pumpblood as well as itshould. When thishappens, blood oftenbacks up and fluid canbuild up in the lungs,causing shortness ofbreath.Vein that carriesdeoxygenatedblood from thelower half of thebody to the heartpH =7.32;PaCO2 =47;HCO3= 30The lab valueof a patient ona ventilator withrespiratoryalkalosis.Patient withan NG tubewould be atrisk for this.The toplayer ofthe heartwallThe middlelayer of theheart walloccurs when the heartmuscle doesn't get enoughblood. Blood carriesoxygen and nutrients to theheart muscle. When thereisn't enough blood flowingto your heart muscle, theaffected part can getdamaged or die. This isdangerous and sometimesValve inbetween the leftatrium and leftventricle (hastwo cusps)Normal range7.35 – 7.45 (butremember 7.35is acidic and7.45 is alkalotic).Thick wall thatseparates theright side ofthe heart fromthe leftThe innerlayer ofthe heartwallMetabolicAcidosisTotallycompensated Chamber of theheart thatpumpsoxygenatedblood to theaortaArtery thatcarriesdeoxygenatedblood to thelungartery thatcarriesoxygenatedblood to thebodyValve inbetween theright atrium andright ventricle(three cusps)normal range is35-45 mm Hg.This is ameasurement ofthe primary basein arterial blood. The chamber ofthe heart thatreceivesdeoxygenatedblood from theVena CavaChamber of theheart thatpumpsdeoxygenatedblood to thelungsBicarbonate: is abiproduct of yourbody’s metabolism.Your blood bringsbicarbonate to yourlungs and then it isexhaled as carbondioxide.chamber thatreceivesoxygenatedblood fromthe lungsThe chamber ofthe heart thatreceivesoxygenated bloodfrom thepulmonary veins7.35-7.45;PaCO2: 35-45; HCO3:21-28occurs when the heartmuscle doesn't pumpblood as well as itshould. When thishappens, blood oftenbacks up and fluid canbuild up in the lungs,causing shortness ofbreath.Vein that carriesdeoxygenatedblood from thelower half of thebody to the heartpH =7.32;PaCO2 =47;HCO3= 30The lab valueof a patient ona ventilator withrespiratoryalkalosis.Patient withan NG tubewould be atrisk for this.The toplayer ofthe heartwallThe middlelayer of theheart walloccurs when the heartmuscle doesn't get enoughblood. Blood carriesoxygen and nutrients to theheart muscle. When thereisn't enough blood flowingto your heart muscle, theaffected part can getdamaged or die. This isdangerous and sometimesValve inbetween the leftatrium and leftventricle (hastwo cusps)

Mrs. T's Heart and ABG Bingo - Call List

(Print) Use this randomly generated list as your call list when playing the game. There is no need to say the BINGO column name. Place some kind of mark (like an X, a checkmark, a dot, tally mark, etc) on each cell as you announce it, to keep track. You can also cut out each item, place them in a bag and pull words from the bag.


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  1. Normal range 7.35 – 7.45 (but remember 7.35 is acidic and 7.45 is alkalotic).
  2. Thick wall that separates the right side of the heart from the left
  3. The inner layer of the heart wall
  4. Metabolic Acidosis Totally compensated
  5. Chamber of the heart that pumps oxygenated blood to the aorta
  6. Artery that carries deoxygenated blood to the lung
  7. artery that carries oxygenated blood to the body
  8. Valve in between the right atrium and right ventricle (three cusps)
  9. normal range is 35-45 mm Hg. This is a measurement of the primary base in arterial blood.
  10. The chamber of the heart that receives deoxygenated blood from the Vena Cava
  11. Chamber of the heart that pumps deoxygenated blood to the lungs
  12. Bicarbonate: is a biproduct of your body’s metabolism. Your blood brings bicarbonate to your lungs and then it is exhaled as carbon dioxide.
  13. chamber that receives oxygenated blood from the lungs
  14. The chamber of the heart that receives oxygenated blood from the pulmonary veins
  15. 7.35-7.45; PaCO2: 35-45; HCO3: 21-28
  16. occurs when the heart muscle doesn't pump blood as well as it should. When this happens, blood often backs up and fluid can build up in the lungs, causing shortness of breath.
  17. Vein that carries deoxygenated blood from the lower half of the body to the heart
  18. pH =7.32; PaCO2 = 47;HCO3 = 30
  19. The lab value of a patient on a ventilator with respiratory alkalosis.
  20. Patient with an NG tube would be at risk for this.
  21. The top layer of the heart wall
  22. The middle layer of the heart wall
  23. occurs when the heart muscle doesn't get enough blood. Blood carries oxygen and nutrients to the heart muscle. When there isn't enough blood flowing to your heart muscle, the affected part can get damaged or die. This is dangerous and sometimes
  24. Valve in between the left atrium and left ventricle (has two cusps)