# Hypoxemic Respiratory Failure
Patient with persistently low O2 saturation or PaO2<60 on room air. Most likely secondary to ***. Common etiologies include aspiration, PE, PTX, PNA. Lower suspicion for ARDS, shunting, hypoventilation, TACO/TRALI, pulmonary edema, ILD, alveolar hemorrhage or pulmonary contusion.
- CPO, Telemetry, RT assessment PRN
- CXR, Cross-sectional chest imaging PRN
- CBC, CMP, ABG
Originally created: March 3, 2020 by Eric Lee
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