Storage Effects on Whole Blood: Physiological and Electrical Measurements
Extracellular Na+, K+, pH, 2,3-DPG (diphosphoglycerate)
and ATP and the comlex electrical impedance
of whole blood samples from 31 male donors (21 donors form
the training set and 10 donors were used for testing purpose)
were measured on the 0th, 10th and 21st days of storage. Under
storage, the extracellular fluid resistance (Re) and the intracellular
fluid resistance (Ri) decreased progressively with
time; the effective cell membrane capacitance (Cm) has increased.
KeywordsElectrical Impedance Electrical Parameter Storage Effect Cell Membrane Capacitance MULTIREGRESSION Analysis
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