Case Reports in Emergency Medicine / 2015 / Article / Tab 2

Case Report

Noncardiogenic Pulmonary Edema after Amlodipine Overdose without Refractory Hypotension and Bradycardia

Table 2

Different variables of the patient (on admission and at 8.00 a.m. each day): intake and output volume, blood urea nitrogen (normal value ranges: 9–20 mg/dL), creatinine (normal value ranges: 0.7–1.4 mg/dL), peripheral venous blood gases including partial pressure of carbon dioxide (normal value ranges: 40–52 mmHg), venous blood pH (normal value ranges: 7.31–7.41), bicarbonate (normal value ranges: 22–27 mEq/L), and saturation of peripheral oxygen (normal present ranges: 90–100%).

Time of hospitalization
(day)
Volume
intake
(mL)
Volume output
(mL)
Blood urea nitrogen
(mg/dL)
Creatinine
(mg/dL)
PCO2
(mmHg)
PHHCO3
(mEq L)
SpO2%

On admission211.6187.5415.193
12250700241.3187.541584
23950250372.3267.2415.285
331001000451.4247.4415.989
448501200321.2277.4618.698
536502300270.8297.4921.494
634002100180.6297.493896
738505400120.6377.5028.399
838508150140.6517.4534.6100
943003700140.8417.5031.296
1039005800427.4031.395
113100295080.8427.4931.397
1231002900

mg/dL: milligram per deciliter; mEq/L: milliequivalents per liter; mmHg: millimeters of mercury; mL: milliliter; PCO2: partial pressure of carbon dioxide; HCO3: bicarbonate; SpO2: saturation of peripheral oxygen.

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