Computer Evaluation of Expiratory Gas Parameters and Alveolar to Arterial Differences in Clinical and Research Pulmonary Medicine
The determination of alveolar-arterial differences of O2 and CO2 allows assessment of the overall efficiency of gas exchange.
KeywordsDead Space Respiratory Quotient Arterial Difference Alveolar Fraction Output Compensation
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