Gemischtvenöse Sauerstoffsättigung

  • Karl Stangl
  • Alexander Wirtzfeld
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Zusammenfassung

Die gemischtvenöse Sauerstoffsättigung (SO2) bezeichnet die prozentuale Besetzung der Bindungsstellen des Hämoglobins mit Sauerstoff im rechten Ventrikel und der Pulmonalarterie. Als diagnostische Größe ist sie seit langem in der invasiven kardiologischen Diagnostik etabliert: Nach dem Fick-Prinzip ist die Bestimmung des Herzzeitvolumens möglich, ferner ermöglicht die Entwicklung von Fiberoptikkathetern die kontinuierliche SO2-Messung an verschiedenen Stellen des rechten Ventrikels und des pulmonalen Ausflußtrakts. Diese Vorgehen erlaubt über die Erfassung von Sättigungssprüngen eine Lokalisationsdiagnostik von Links-Rechts-Shunts (Frommer, 1965; Krovetz, 1978), ferner ist dabei nach der Wood-Formel die Berechnung des Shuntvolumens möglich.

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  • Karl Stangl
  • Alexander Wirtzfeld

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