Arterial blood gas values and the clinical futility of trauma cases

Jack Berger discusses whether abnormal initial arterial blood gas (ABG) pH, a marker for severe blood loss, could serve as a prognostic indicator for these patient. Jack Berger is Professor Emeritus of Clinical Anesthesiology at the Keck School of Medicine. Image courtesy of Jack Berger.

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