Determination of oxygenation status is very
important in hypovolemic shock patients treatment,
oxygenation status can be seen in the patient's clinical
sign and examination of SpO2 and PaO2. PaO2
examination is a gold standard but has the disadvantage
of less available and invasive, while SpO2 by Pulse
Oximeter is easy to do, this research try to determine the
correlation between SpO2 pulse oximeter and PaO2 on
blood gas analysis.
This research is Cross Sectional analytics, the
subject of this research were 39 hypovolemic shock
patients admitted to Emergency Room RSU DR Pirngadi
Medan between October 2019 - February 2020,
correlation between SpO2 (pulse oximeter) - PaO2
(blood gas) were measured by Pearson Correlation .
O The name of this article is: f the 39 samples
41.8% 40-60 years, 30 (76.9%) with systolic under 100 at
admission to the ER, 16 (41%) came with hypoxic
conditions SpO2 <93%. Mean difference of SpO2 was
4.6 points lower than SaO2 blood gas, and 5.2 points
lower at systolic <100mmHg, lower 5.6 points <90
mmHg. In the Pearson SpO2 - PaO2 Correlation test in
systolic <100mmHg obtained correlation (r =0.423; p =
0.020) and in systolic <90 mmHg (r = 0.411; p = 0.04).
The name of this article is: Clinicians are expected
to wisely assess the SpO2 results in Hypovolemic Shock
patients where there are lower grades of 4.6 - 5.6 points,
we found correlation between SpO2 - PaO2 in
hypovolemic shock conditions.
Keywords : Hypovolemic Shock, SpO2, PaO2