# Ow gas laws apply in the health care industry

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I. Gas Laws play a significant role in our bodies, and various instruments that are used to sustain life; when one of these properties is altered the outcome can be catastrophic.
II. Explanation of Why and What Gas Laws are
a. Explain what is a gas
b. How it is different than other matter
c. The thee variables in which it can be measured
i. Volume
1. Defined
2. Units In which it can be measured
a. L, mL, Cm3, M3
3. (Avogadroas Hypothesis) VmV/N22.4L at 0C and at 1 atm (STP)
ii. Pressure
1. Defined
2. Units in which it can be measured
a. Atm (Atmosphere), Pounds Per square inch (PSI), Inches of Mercury (in.Hg), Millimeters of Mercury (mmHg)
iii. Temperature
1. Defined
2. Units in which it can be measured
a. F, C, K
iv. Chemical Amount
1. Defined
2. Units in which it is used
a. Moles and grams
III. The effects upon Pressure Temperature and Volume when one is changed
Naming and describing the gas Laws
a. Boyleas Law
i. Boyles Law states the volume of a definite quantity of dry gas is inversely proportional to the pressure, provided the temperature remains constant.
ii. P1V1 P2V2
b. Charles Law
i. Charless Law can be stated as the volume occupied by any sample of gas at a constant pressure is directly proportional to the absolute temperature
ii. V1 / T1 V2 / T2
c. Combined Gas Law
i. The combined gas law is a combination of Boyles Law and Charless Law; hence its name the combined gas law. In the combined gas law, the volume of gas is directly proportional to the absolute temperature and inversely proportional to the pressure.
ii. P1V1 / T1 P2V2 / T2
d. Gay Lussacas Law
i. Gay-Lussacs Law states that the pressure of a sample of gas at constant volume is directly proportional to its temperature in Kelvin.
ii. P1 / T1 P2 / T2
e. Ideal Gas Law
i. The ideal gas law is a combination of all the gas laws
ii. PVnRT
IV. Gas Laws and the effects on the Human bodies
a. Normal Function
i. Breathing
ii. Heart Beat
iii. Blood pressure
b. Abnormal occurrences
i. Decompression sickness
ii. And others
V. Proper protocol with these compressed gasses and the potential risks if not followed
a. Stored
b. Carried
c. Transported
d. Used
VI. Hospital Protocol and the dangers
a. How the differences between hospital protocols and the proper protocols are different
b. Expressing an understanding of why hospitals have different protocols (lives on the line)
VII. Gas Laws and Hospital equipment (How they function)
a. Hypobaric Chambers
b. Hyperbaric Chambers
c. Ventilators
d. Oxygen Tanks
e. Ext