The Correct answer is :
Our first step is to analyze the blood gas provided. A normal pH is 7.35-7.45, so a pH of 7.47 is elevated, which is alkaline. The normal levels of CO2 is 35-45. The CO2 here is low, which means the 32 which is alkaline. The HCO3 is 25, and this is in the normal range of 22-26.
This client is in respiratory alkalosis. In order to increase levels of CO2, this client should be receiving oxygen via a rebreather. A rebreather mask will cause the client to inhale their CO2 which is being expelled.