High Speed Pulsatile Operation of Miniature Oxygen Electrodes
This investigation has been an in vitro study of pulsatile amperometric techniques suitable for application in blood and tissue. Parameters of the study were selected to enhance spatial resolution, to obtain a faster time response to reveal changes in p02 within the cardiac cycle, and for low electrode O2 consumption. Faster time response may provide new physiological information for possible future application in a research or clinical setting.
KeywordsResidual Current Fast Time Response Flow Sensitivity Polarization Pulse Recess Depth
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