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Biomedical Engineering

, Volume 2, Issue 6, pp 319–323 | Cite as

Measurement of tissue pO2 by a cylindrical electrode at normal and high atmospheric pressure

  • I. P. Berezin
  • I. M. Épshtein
Research, Design, And Technology

Conclusions

1. In oxygen breathing under ordinary conditions cylindrical electrodes of the examined sizes reflect the partial pressure of oxygen in tissues.

2. In oxygen breathing at high pressure small cylindrical electrodes with diameters of 0.17, 0.31, and 0.59 mm reflect tissue pO2 and the 0.93-mm-diam. electrode, the pO2 of mixed (arteriovenous) blood.

3. Cylindrical electrodes are preferable for measuring pO2 of tissue.

Keywords

Oxygen High Atmospheric Pressure Partial Pressure Ordinary Condition Cylindrical Electrode 
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  • I. P. Berezin
  • I. M. Épshtein

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