BloodChemistrySystemData

Modules

 BloodDensity
 Mass per unit volume of the blood.
 
 BloodPH
 Measure of acidity or basicity of the blood.
 
 BloodSpecificHeat
 The amount of energy required to raise one kilogram of blood by one degree Celsius.
 
 BloodUreaNitrogenConcentration
 The BUN concentration in the blood.
 
 CarbonDioxideSaturation
 The fraction of hemoglobin that is carbon dioxide bound.
 
 CarbonMonoxideSaturation
 The fraction of hemoglobin that is carbon monoxide bound.
 
 Hematocrit
 Volume percentage of red blood cells in the blood.
 
 HemoglobinContent
 The total amount of hemoglobin in the blood.
 
 OxygenSaturation
 The fraction of hemoglobin that is oxygen bound.
 
 Phosphate
 Sum of all inorganic phosphate in the blood.
 
 PlasmaVolume
 Volume of the plasma.
 
 PulseOximetry
 The fraction of hemoglobin with bound oxygen as measured optically, which can include Carbon Monoxide.
 
 RedBloodCellCount
 Total number of red blood cells in the blood.
 
 ShuntFraction
 Fraction of the blood flow that bypasses the alveoli; therefore, does not engage is gas exchange.
 
 StrongIonDifference
 Difference between the positive and negative strong ion concentrations in the blood.
 
 TotalProteinConcentration
 The concentration of urea in the blood.
 
 VolumeFractionNeutralLipidInPlasma
 Fraction of the plasma that is made up of neutral lipids.
 
 VolumeFractionNeutralPhospholipidInPlasma
 Fraction of the plasma that is made up of neutral phospholipids.
 
 WhiteBloodCellCount
 Total number of white blood cells in the blood.
 
 ArterialCarbonDioxidePressure
 Partial pressure of carbon dioxide in the aorta.
 
 ArterialOxygenPressure
 Partial pressure of oxygen in the aorta.
 
 PulmonaryArterialCarbonDioxidePressure
 Partial pressure of carbon dioxide in the pulmonary arteries.
 
 PulmonaryArterialOxygenPressure
 Partial pressure of oxygen in the pulmonary arteries.
 
 PulmonaryVenousCarbonDioxidePressure
 Partial pressure of carbon dioxide in the pulmonary veins.
 
 PulmonaryVenousOxygenPressure
 Partial pressure of oxygen in the pulmonary veins.
 
 VenousCarbonDioxidePressure
 Partial pressure of carbon dioxide in the vena cava.
 
 VenousOxygenPressure
 Partial pressure of oxygen in the vena cava.
 

Detailed Description

and will be improved in future releases to include more substances that can provide clinician level details and assessments, such as a CBC and blood panel.