Video: ABG Basics: An Introduction to Interpreting ABG, Part 1 of 2

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Nursing educator Michele Kunz discusses the ABG Zombie Notes Study Chart. She tells her students what the Zombie Notes are and how to use this study guide to help them in their studies. This laminated study chart includes the most important information healthcare professionals must memorize to successfully understand and interpret arterial blood gasses (ABG). This information is also very helpful for the certification exams for ACLS, BLS, and PALS. Includes an easy to understand chart for ABG interpretation. The ABG filled-in worksheet gives different scenarios with the answers and explanation.

Although a lot of information is included on the two pages, it is easy to see, easy to read, and easy to follow. Many thousands of nurses and other healthcare professionals have used this study chart. These charts were first developed by Michele in 1985. They have progressed to their current form, and are kept up-to-the-minute accurate.

Special Features: Mnemonics; Easy to read & follow; Thick, heavy-duty, baked-on plastic lamination.

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About Michele G. Kunz

I am a nursing educator and AHA Certified Instructor and I specialize in providing AHA Certification classes in ACLS, BLS, and PALS to healthcare professionals and students. I am also a certified six-sigma green belt (CSSGB).
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