Relationship Between the PetC02 and the Haemodynamic Parameter

Importance of a correct determination of the arterial -C02 gradient to evaluate tissue perfusion modification
  • R. Muchada
Conference paper


The C02 plays a critical and fundamental role inside the human organism. It occupies an essential place in the energy metabolic process and its permanent production is linked at a constant and direct manner to the consumption of oxygen (V02).


Tissue Perfusion Haemodynamic Parameter Alveolar Ventilation Aortic Blood Flow Gastric Tonometry 
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