• General
  • Hemodynamics
  • Oxygenation
  • Ventilation
  • Hydroelectric Balance
  • Acid-base Balance
  • Nephrology
  • Pharmacology
  • Nutrition
Sex M F
Weight (kg)
Height (cm)

Body Mass Index :
Body Surface Area : m2
Ideal Body Weight : kg
Lean Body Weight : kg
Unit Conversion

Pediatrics Data

Estimated Weight kg
Normal SBP mmHg
Normal HR /min
Normal RR /min


Cardiac Index
Weight (kg)
Height (cm)
CO (L/min)

Cardiac Index :
Normal value: 2.5-3.6 L/min/m2

Corrected QT
Heart Rate (/min)
QT Interval (ms)

QTc (Bazett) ms
QTs (Sagie) ms
Vascular Resistance
MAP (mmHg)
CVP or PCWP (mmHg)
CO (L/min)

SVR/PVR dynes.sec.cm-5
Normal values: SVR (900-1340), PVR (47-107)
Stroke Work Index
HR (beat/min)
MAP (mmHg)
CVP or PCWP (mmHg)
CI (L/min/m2)

L/R SWI gm.m/beat/m2
Normal values : LSWI (45-60) , RSWI (5-10)
Alveolar-arterial Gradient:
PaO2 (mmHg)
PaCO2 (mmHg)
Respiratory Quotient
Atmospheric Pressure (mmHg)
FiO2 (%)

PAO2 mmHg
A-a Gradient mmHg

Oxygen Consumption (VO2)
Hb (g/dL)
SaO2 (%)
SvO2 (%)
CO (L/min)

VO2 mL/min
Arterial (or venous) Oxygen Content
PaO2 (or PvO2) (mmHg)
SaO2 (or SvO2) (%)
Hb (g/dL)

Dissolved O2 mL%
Transported O2 mL%
O2 Content mL%
Normal values: CaO2 (18-20), CvO2 (13-16):
ml O2/100 ml blood


Oxygen Delivery
Arterial O2 Content (mL%)
CO (L/min)

O2 Delivery mL/min
Normal value: 220-300 mL/min

Intra-Pulmonary Shunt

CcO2 : O2 content of pulmonary capillary vessel.

Qs/Qt %

Qs : Flow through the shunt.
Qt : total CO


CO2 Production (VCO2)
Ve (L/min)
PeCO2 (mmHg)
Conditions of measurement

PeCO2 : partial pressure of mixed expired CO2.
ATPS : Ambient Temp Press Saturated, BTPS :
Body Temp Press Saturated.

VCO2 mL/min

NB : VCO2 is expressed in standard conditions
(STPD : Standard Temp Press Dry).

Physiologic Dead Space
PaCO2 (mmHg)
PetCO2 (mmHg)



Respiratory Quotient
VO2 (mL/min)
VCO2 (mL/min)

Energy Expenditure kCal/d
Respiratory Quotient

NB : precision is limited when FiO2>0.5.

Estimation of Qualitative Expenditure :

Carbohydrates g/d
Lipids g/d

Estimations based on Single Parameter :

Expenditure estimated from VO2 kCal/d
Expenditure estimated from VCO2 kCal/d


Electrolytes Correction
Na+ HCO3-
Weight (kg)
Level (mEq/L)
Administered (mEq)

Expected mEq/L

Serum Osmolality
Serum Sodium (mMol/L)
Serum Potassium (mMol/L)
Urea (mg/dL)
Blood Glucose

Serum Osmolality   mOsm/Kg
Serum Tonicity mOsm/Kg
Ionic Deficit Calculation
Na+ Cl- HCO3-
Weight (kg)
Level (mEq/L)
Target (mEq/L)

Deficit mEq
  g NaCl
Water Deficit Calculation
Weight (kg)
Na+ (mMol/L)
Na+ Target (mMol/L)

Free Water Deficit L
Serum Electolytes
pH :
Na : mEq/L
PCO2 :
mm Hg HCO3- : mEq/L
HCO3- :
mEq/L Cl : mEq/L
Anion Gap : mEq/L   ( Normal : <=12)
Excreted Fraction of Sodium
Sodium (mMol/L)
Creatinine (mg/dL)


EFNa %
Renal Fenction Index (RFI) %
Creat Urine/Plasma
Una (mMol/L)
FEna (%)
RFI (%)
Osm Urine (mOsm/kg)
Osm Urine/Plasma
Creat Urine/Plasma
Glomerular Filtration Rate Estimation
Patient's Age : years Sex :
Patient's Weight : * Race :
Serum Creatinine : mg/dL * Serum BUN : mg/dL
  * Serum Albumin : g/dL
Cockcroft-Gault GFR: mL/min
MDRD GFR: mL/min

Steroid Converter

Continueous Infusion Rate
Weight (kg)
Medication (mg)
Dilution Solution (mL)

Infusion Rate cmL/h
Administered Dose µg/kg/min
Calorie Rest Requirment (Fick Equation)
Hb (g/dL)
SaO2 (%)
SvO2 (%)
CO (L/min)

Rest Requirements kCal/d
Composition of Energetic Intakes
Target Energy Intake (kCal/d)

Carbohydrates g/d
Lipids g/d


NB : a too high proportion of Carbohydrates must be avoided in case of severe glycemia disturbance and/or chronic respiratory insufficiency (CO2).

Composition of Energetic Intakes
Weight (kg)
General condition
Renal situation
Liver situation

NB : Dry weight is to be taken into account (especialy if cirrhosis ....)

Proteins (Mean)
  • Situation
  • General Condition
  • Renal Situation
  • Liver Situation
Nitrogen g/d

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