Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine

, Volume 82, Issue 5, pp 1626–1628 | Cite as

Acid-base balance of the cerebrospinal fluid in the postresuscitation period

  • I. O. Zaks
Pathological Physiology and General Pathology
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Abstract

In experiments on dogs whose circulation was stopped for 10 min by electric shock the acid-base balance of the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) and blood was studied in the postresuscitation period. Although uncompensated systemic acidosis continued for 1 h of the postresuscitation period, acidosis of the CSF was compensated much sooner and was maintained for 6 h at the initial level. Despite the high lactate concentration for 3 h of the postresuscitation period, the bicarbonate concentration during this period remained close to its initial value.

Key Words

Acid-base balance lactacidosis postresuscitation period 

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