Tissue PO2 of the Surface of the Kidney Under Hemodilution

  • W. Hartel
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There have been numerous publications dealing with the hemodynamics and the metabolic and respiratory changes in hemorrhagic shock, but due to technical reasons the important question, namely that of tissue oxygen tension, has not been conclusively answered. During the last few years, however, platinum electrodes have been developed, with which the O2 pressure on the surface of the organ can be determined. In the trial here discussed, therefore, it was decided to apply tissue surface electrodes during hemorrhagic shock, since blood flow and blood gas measurements provide only indirect conclusions about the peripheral O2 supply.


Renal Artery Blood Volume Hemorrhagic Shock Human Albumin Tissue Oxygen Tension 
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