Severe nocturnal hypoxaemia in geriatric inpatients | Age and Ageing | Oxford Academic - oxygen saturation adjustment for aging adults

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oxygen saturation adjustment for aging adults


Conclusions Elderly subjects have a higher respiratory rate than younger ones Normal awake oxygen saturation in adults is 95% but can range 91% to rate among an older adult population in a clinical setting: A cross‐sectional study.

Older adults typically have lower oxygen saturation levels than younger adults. For example, someone older than 70 years of age may have an oxygen.

Background: oxygen levels are decreased in older people Setting/Participants: we consecutively examined patients with SpO2 ≥92% in.