HIGH OXYGEN PARTIAL PRESSURE TEST LEVEL. What does higher than normal oxygen partial pressure altitude mean?

Upper limit of oxygen partial pressure (po2) is 105mmHg(a) (or 40mmHg(v)).

The state of raised oxygen partial pressure is known as oxygen toxicity syndrome, oxygen intoxication, and oxygen poisoning.

Oxygen toxicity is caused by exposure to oxygen at partial pressures greater than those to which the body is normally exposed. Some symptoms are nausea, ringing in the ears, dizzines, etc.

Lower limit:
| Upper limit:
Unit:
Diagnose:
75   -
105
mmHg(a)
normal
30   -
40
mmHg(v)
normal


LOW OXYGEN PARTIAL PRESSURE TEST LEVEL

Oxygen partial pressure (pO2) values and definitions

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