Causes of Hypoxemia

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Hypoxemia, an abnormally low level of oxygen in the blood, is a medical condition with several common causes, including ventilation-perfusion mismatch, hypoventilation, shunts, altitude, and pulmonary diffusion. Follow along as expert instructor Dr. Roger Seheult discusses each of these causes of hypoxemia in an accessible and memorable way. Learn the physiology of each cause and how they affect the pulmonary vascular system with the help of illustrations and clear explanations.


  • Total Time 47 min
  • Lessons 5
  • Exercises 13
  • 26 CQ

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