Lett-to-Right Cheatsheet

Here's a nice cheatsheet that I use in my classes to compare the oxygen saturations of the left-to-right Shunts:



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#5 Oxana D 2016-04-20 21:47
Thanks for your tenacious hard and important work, professor B! You have a great educational site, but for the classic and old- fashioned paper books lovers, is here any chance to see it printed and materialistic, not a virtual solely internet source? Wishing great things to come true. O.
#4 Eyob 2016-04-19 07:08
Wow that's the cool one ...what is the clinical importance of knowing the step up Dr.?
#3 Camila B 2016-04-19 04:44
You truly rock! Thanks so Much for the support :-)
#2 John Barone MD 2016-04-19 04:43
Quoting RH:
what do you mean by "step up"?

Great Question. An oxygen "step-up" means that the oxygen saturation has increased (step-up) from what it should be! This is due to the oxygenated blood from the left side shunting to the right side. Where this oxygen step-up occurs helps us know where the shunt is located.
#1 RH 2016-04-19 01:46
what do you mean by "step up"?
Category: Cardiology Mnemonics

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