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Cerebral venous PCO2 and hypoxic ventilatory decline

  • Cees N. Olievier
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Abstract

The measurement of the PCO2 has always been an important issue in the study of the control of the ventilation. In gas the PCO2 can easily be assessed with a capnograph, but in blood or cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) it is more complicated. Mostly is this performed by taking samples and analyzing them in a gas analyzer, consisting of membrane covered electrodes.

Keywords

Superior Sagittal Sinus Severe Hypoxia Extracorporeal Circuit Brain Blood Flow Mild Hypoxia 
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