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About this app

Arterial Blood Gas Pro. Get the features of multiple apps in one.

* Great tool for nurses, doctors and medical students
* A-a Gradient Calculator
* Interprets Arterial Blood Gas and Osmolar Gap including triple acid base problems.
* Provides differential diagnosis of each disorder in your Arterial Blood Gas and Osmolar Gap.
* Allows you to define Normal pCO2 and Bicarb range for ABG [Arterial Blood Gas] interpretation.
* Corrects Anion Gap for Albumin(ie Albumin g/dL x 2.5 = normal AG) in the ABG [Arterial Blood Gas] values.
* Remembers the optional ABG [Arterial Blood Gas] values despite shut down (ie. normal Bicarb range, pCO2 range, use SI units & interpret without Na & Cl)
* Install to SD
* Calculates Anion Gap, Osmolar Gap, Delta Delta, Expected PCO2 and Expected Bicarb.

This ABG [Arterial Blood Gas] and Osmolar Gap app has be "stress tested" against 100+ triple-acid base problems.

This app has been developed by a ABIM Certified Internal Medicine Physician in the US and calculations are based on: Interpretation of arterial blood gas. Pramod Sood, Gunchan Paul, and Sandeep Puri (Indian J Crit Care Med. 2010 Apr-Jun; 14(2): 57 - 64) 

This application is for ABG [Arterial Blood Gas] and Osmolar Gap informational/educational purposes only. Please do not use to guide actual patient care and real life ABG interpretation. I take no responsibility for incorrect answers.

Please notify me ASAP if do see incorrect answers in the ABG interpretation so that I may fix them.

Please rate highly if you like the app.
Updated on
Jan 10, 2021

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4.7
17 reviews
A Google user
March 18, 2014
pH 7.01, Bicarb 29mMol/l, CO2 150mmHg, electrolytes normal range..... is apparently a METABOLIC acidosis???? Not where I'm from! DANGEROUS APP!!!!!
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GDA Software.
April 16, 2014
Adam, on first look this does seem to be respiratory acidosis. However, the expected bicarb of someone with a pCO2 of 150mmHg is ~34-38. Thus, a bicarb of only 29 tells us that there is also a concomitant metabolic acidosis. Pt's is acidotic due to two processes. The app reports both of these correctly. Please email me if you disagree.
A Google user
December 15, 2012
Very useful to remind a critical care doc what he might have missed. Great support!
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A Google user
December 15, 2012
wonderful application to have. bug fixed . no more crash in android 404
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What's new

Updated back end files due to a vulnerability in Cordova: http://cordova.apache.org/announcements/2014/08/04/android-351.html