I have recently made a working copy of the -ideal in my opinion- ABG analyzer. It can be found free online at www.mindcalc.com (needs a fast internet connection to load once)
This ABG calculator can find the primary secondary and tertiary disorder (if a delta gap or delta ratio is combatible). It also calculates the A-a gradient, give a differential diagnosis and pertinent teaching points. The ABG interpretation is based on personal and evidence-based information. It supports both kPa and mmHg, pH and H+ concentration. Let me know what you think!
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