Nursing - Study backs use of physician assistants, nurse practitioners for treating VA patients with diabetes
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  June 10, 2019  
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#ALT# Advantages of Transcutaneous CO2 over End-Tidal CO2 for Sleep Monitoring

Evaluation of a patient’s respiratory status is often based on intermittent arterial samples that are neither practical during sleep nor offer continuous blood gas monitoring despite continuous monitoring methods being available. Radiometer's on demand webinar summarizes the CO2 measurement landscape and distinguish between the various methods currently in use in the Sleep lab.

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