|Base Excess (BE)*|
Useful for the diagnosis and treatment of lactic acidosis and hyperlactatemia
Arterial and venous whole blood (see intended use for more information)
CG4+ Blue: 03P85-51
|Reportable Range||Reference Range (Arterial)||Reference Range (Venous)|
|0.36-1.25 mmol/L, 3.2-11.3 mg/dL||0.90-1.70 mmol/L, 8.1-15.3 mg/dL|
|PCO2||15-130 mmHg||35-45 mmHg||41-51 mmHg|
|PO2||15-530 mmHg||80-105 mmHg|
|TCO2*||5-50 mmol/L||23-27 mmol/L||24-29 mmol/L|
|HCO3*||1.0-85.0 mmol/L||22-26 mmol/L||23-28 mmol/L|
|Base Excess (BE)*||(-30)-(+30) mmol/L||(-2)-(+3) mmol/L||(-2)-(+3) mmol/L|
With i-STAT CG4+, clinicians may quickly assess the respiratory status of the patient or determine the presence of hyperlactatemia to inform the risk stratification of patients diagnosed with sepsis, all without leaving the patient's bedside.
Serial lactate measurements over the early diagnostic and treatment period can assist in monitoring treatment progress.
Providing lab-quality results fast when every minute counts.
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