work until it is reactivated.
This Concept Map, created with IHMC CmapTools, has information related to: Asthma, Four Stages of Severity Stage 4 hypoxemia, high PCO2, mucus hypersecretion aids in reducing or removing Mucus plugging, Hydrocortisone used in conjunction with Beta-2 Agonists, inhale 2.5mL of 0.5mg/2.5mL inhalation solution every 6 hours prevents mucus hypersecretion, Beta-2 Agonists to Reverse Beta-2 Tolerance, Anticholinergic drug inhibits Muscarinic M3 Receptors, Albuterol use if there is no mucus plug, inhale 1.64 mL of 2.5mg/0.5mL inhalation solution every 20 minutes for 3 doses activates movement of bronchial cilia, Arterial Blood Gas ???? PaO2 > 80 mmHg, Hydrocortisone treatment drug anti-inflammatory, Hydrocortisone affects Glucocorticoid receptor, Terbutaline use if there is a mucus plug, respiratory failure needs ventilatory support, Acute Asthma ???? Pathophysiology of acute asthma attack, false-normal PCO2 sign of respiratory muscle fatigue, Pathophysiology of acute asthma attack ???? Bronchoconstriction/ bronchospasm, Four Stages of Severity Stage 3 false-normal PCO2, Adrenal Response Suppression if patient is in accident will go into shock, which may result in death, hypoxemia, high PCO2 occurs with respiratory failure, Pathophysiology of acute asthma attack ???? Mucus plugging