Capnography in Emergency Medicine

Capnographs measure the concentration of carbon dioxide at the end of each exhaled breath – defined as end-tidal CO2. Read about capnography in emergency medicine and how to monitor critically-ill patients, procedural sedation, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and transportation of ventilated patients within and outside the Emergency Department.

Normal capnograph

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