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[Study of Blood Oxygen Measuring Method Based on Multiple Regression Analysis].
Jin Y and Wang Q. Zhongguo Yi Liao Qi Xie Za Zhi 2016. PMID 29775520 Chinese.
In the traditional measurement of blood oxygen, amended Lambert-Beer Law is used to calculate the oxygen percentage in the blood. ...In order to solve this problem, multiple regression analysis is used in this paper to measure and evaluate the oxygen percentage in the blood. ...
In the traditional measurement of blood oxygen, amended Lambert-Beer Law is used to calculate the oxygen percentage in …
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Jones M. Clin Med (Lond) 2014. PMID 25468872 Free PMC article.
Blood substitutes: evolution from noncarrying to oxygen- and gas-carrying fluids.
Cabrales P and Intaglietta M. ASAIO J 2013 - Review. PMID 23820271 Free PMC article.
The development of oxygen (O2)-carrying blood substitutes has evolved from the goal of replicating blood O2 transport properties to that of preserving microvascular and organ function, reducing the inherent or potential toxicity of the material used to carry O2, and treating pathologies initiated by anemia and hypoxia. ...Conversely, full, blood-like O2-carrying capacity reestablishment awaits the control of O2 carrier toxicity....
The development of oxygen (O2)-carrying blood substitutes has evolved from the goal of replicating blood O2 transport p …
Barometric calibration of a luminescent oxygen probe.
Golub AS and Pittman RN. J Appl Physiol (1985) 2016. PMID 26846556 Free article.
The invention of the phosphorescence quenching method for the measurement of oxygen concentration in blood and tissue revolutionized physiological studies of oxygen transport in living organisms. ...These methods are used for the formation of oxygen standards: chemical titration, calibrated gas mixtures, and an oxygen electrode. ...
The invention of the phosphorescence quenching method for the measurement of oxygen concentration in blood and tissue revoluti …
Oxygen and oxygenation.
Seckel MA. Crit Care Nurse 2014 - Review. PMID 25274767
Estimation of oxygen availability in arterial blood using the Siggaard-Andersen algorithm.
Clague A and Kanowski D. Scand J Clin Lab Invest Suppl 1990. PMID 2089620
This program can be used to generate the in vivo oxygen dissociation curve. Substitution of 4.0 kPa allows calculation of the concentration of oxygen released from arterial blood when the blood becomes venous at a pO2 of 4.0 kPa. This entity is an estimate of the maximal amount of oxygen available for release from arterial blood. We have termed it "Maximal Available Oxygen". ...
This program can be used to generate the in vivo oxygen dissociation curve. Substitution of 4.0 kPa allows calculation of the concent …
Pitfalls in haemodynamic monitoring in the postoperative and critical care setting
Ho KM. Anaesth Intensive Care 2016 - Review. PMID 26673584 Free article.
This review highlights the pitfalls in commonly used haemodynamic targets, including arterial blood pressure, central venous pressure, cardiac output, central venous oxygen saturation and dynamic haemodynamic indices. ...Central venous oxygen saturation can be easily increased by a high arterial oxygen tension, making it useless as a surrogate marker of good cardiac output or systemic oxygen delivery in the presence of hyperoxaemia. ...
This review highlights the pitfalls in commonly used haemodynamic targets, including arterial blood pressure, central venous pressure …
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