Blood acid-base alignment nomogram. Scales for pH, pCO2 base excess of whole blood of different hemoglobin concentrations, plasma bicarbonate, and plasma total-CO2
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A simple electrometric technique for the determination of carbon dioxide tension in blood and plasma, total content of carbon dioxide in plasma, and bicarbonate content in separated plasma at a fixed carbon dioxide tension (40 mm Hg)
An improved clinical method for the estimation of disturbances of the acid-base balance of human blood
The acute reversal of a diet-induced metabolic acidosis does not restore endurance capacity during high-intensity exercise in man
Transmural gradients of glycolytic enzyme activities in left ventricular myocardium. I. The normal state
The influence of dietary manipulation on plasma ammonia accumulation during incremental exercise in man
Dietary composition and acid-base status: limiting factors in the performance of maximal exercise in man?
A NEW TYPE OF EXCHANGEABLE MEASURING-CAPILLARY FOR THE ASTRUP MICROELECTRODE, AND THE MEASURING TECHNIQUE OF DETERMINING THE PH IN BODY FLUIDS
The effects of a glycogen loading regimen on acid-base status and blood lactate concentration before and after a fixed period of high intensity exercise in man
The effects of dietary manipulation on blood acid-base status and the performance of high intensity exercise
Influence of sodium bicarbonate ingestion on plasma ammonia accumulation during incremental exercise in man
Effect of glucocorticoids on release of lysosomal enzymes in liver ischemia and hemorrhagic shock in pigs
Lung mechanics, gas exchange, pulmonary perfusion, and hemodynamics in a canine model of acute Pseudomonas pneumonia
A comprehensive, computer-model-based approach for diagnosis and treatment of complex acid-base disorders in critically-ill patients
Diagnosing metabolic acidosis in the critically ill: bridging the anion gap, Stewart, and base excess methods
The effects of gamma-hydroxybutyrate and gamma-butyrolactone upon the energy metabolism of the normoxic and hypoxic rat brain
Determination of total carbon dioxide in serum and plasma using a carbonate ion-selective membrane electrode
Lactate in fetal tissue during hypoxia; correlation to lactate, pH and base deficit in the fetal blood
Relationship between the acid-base changes of arterial plasma during acute changes of the CO-2 tension in vivo and the hemoglobin concentration of the blood
Respiratory characteristics of whole blood and selected aspects of circulatory physiology in the common short-nosed fruit bat, Cynopterus brachyotis
Comparison of clinical information gained from routine blood-gas analysis and from gastric tonometry for intramural pH
Colloid osmotic pressure changes in human whole blood and separated plasma in vitro with changes in CO2 content and pH
Effects of ketamine hydrochloride in red-tailed hawks (Buteo jamaicensis). I--Arterial blood gas and acid base
Changes in umbilical-cord blood oxygen affinity after intrauterine transfusions for erythroblastosis
Relationship of plasma aldosterone concentration to electrolytes and acid-base balance in blood after open cardiac surgery
Circulation and pulmonary vascular resistance early after pulmonary surgery in relation to changes in alveolar and arterial oxygen tension
Anesthesia for Cesarean section. I. Effects on the respiratory adaptation of the newborn in elective Cesarean section
Anesthesia for cesarean section II: effects of the induction-delivery interval on the respiratory adaptation of the newborn in elective cesarean section
Anesthesia for cesarean section III: effects of epidural analgesia on the respiratory adaptation of the newborn in elective cesarean section
Anesthesia for cesarean section V: effects of enflurane anesthesia on the respiratory adaptation of the newborn in elective cesarean section
Hemodynamic effects in dogs of nitrous oxide-meperidine and meperidine, respectively, in comparison with nitrous oxide
The effect of intravenous ritodrine on the acid-base status of the fetus during the second stage of labour
Decrease in myoglobin and enzyme contents with haemodilution in non-hypoxaemic polycythaemic patients
The influence of barbiturate anaesthesia upon the energy state and upon acid-base parameters of the brain in arterial hypotension and in asphyxia
Development of non-respiratory components of acid-base equilibrium in 250 normal children aged one month to 15 years
Incidence of metabolic acidosis in term, preterm and small-for-gestational age infants in relation to dietary protein intake
The influence of the placental transfusion on the capillary blood gas and acid-base balance in the newborn infant
The regulation of extra- and intracellular acid-base parameters in the rat brain during hyper- and hypocapnia
The CSF-blood potential in sustained acid-base changes in the rat. With calculations of electrochemical potential differences for H+ and HCO3
The effect of anesthetics upon labile phosphates and upon extra- and intracellular lactate, pyruvate and bicarbonate concentrations in the rat brain
The effect of combined respiratory and nonrespiratory alkalosis on energy metabolites and acid-base parameters in the rat brain
The effect of arterial hypoxemia upon acid-base parameters in arterial blood and cisternal cerebrospinal fluid of the rat
A study of the relationship between the electrocardiogram and hemodynamics in the fetal lamb during asphyxia
Effect of decreased oxygen availability on NADH and lactate contents in human skeletal muscle during exercise
Changes in the acid base status of sheep anaesthetised with a combination of atropine sulphate acepromazine and ketamine hydrochloride
Cerebrospinal fluid acid-base status and lactate and pyruvate concentrations after short (less than 30 minutes) first febrile convulsions in children
Ventricular fibrillation threshold for AC shocks of long duration, in dogs with normal acid-base state
Evaluation of breath holding in hypercapnia as a simple clinical test of respiratory chemosensitivity
The influence of venous admixture on alveolar dead space and carbon dioxide exchange in acute respiratory distress syndrome: computer modelling
Changes of oxygen pressure, acid-base balance, metabolites and electrolytes in cerebrospinal fluid and blood after cerebral injury
On the relationship between metabolic activity and cholesterol uptake by intima-media of the rabbit aorta
Relationships between oxygen and carbon dioxide tensions and acid-base balance in arterial blood and in medullary blood from long bones in dogs
The acidosis-induced right shift of the HbO₂ dissociation curve is maintained during erythrocyte storage
Cerebral effects of acute ammonia intoxication. I. The influence on intracellular and extracellular acid-base parameters
Intracellular pH of the brain in arterial hypoxemia, evaluated with the CO 2 method and from the creatine phosphokinase equilibrium
The effect of acute ammonia intoxication upon the brain energy state in rats pretreated with L-methionine D-L-sulphoximine
Serum electrolyte, fluid and acid-base balance after prolonged heavy exercise at low environmental temperature
The influence of arterial hypoxemia upon labile phosphates and upon extracellular and intracellular lactate and pyruvate concentrations in the rat brain
Effects of respiratory alkalosis on human skeletal muscle metabolism at the onset of submaximal exercise
Interpretative aspects on the acid-base composition and its variation in fetal scalp blood and maternal blood during labour
Electrolyte and acid/base concentrations in arterial blood and cerebrospinal fluid in experimental hydrocephalus
Metabolic effects of obstetric regional analgesia and of asphyxia in the newborn infant during the first two hours after birth. III. Adjustment of arterial blood gases and acid-base balance
Comparison of arterial and venous blood gas values in the initial emergency department evaluation of patients with diabetic ketoacidosis
Impact of metabolic acidemia at birth on neonatal outcomes in infants born before 34 weeks' gestation
Arterial blood-gas tensions and pH in acute lower-respiratory-tract infections in infancy and childhood
Cerebral intracellular changes during supercarbia: an in vivo 31P nuclear magnetic resonance study in rats
Initial severity of metabolic acidosis predicts the development of acute lung injury in severely traumatized patients
Physiological dead space and arterial carbon dioxide contributions to exercise ventilatory inefficiency in patients with reduced or preserved ejection fraction heart failure
The influence of hypocapnia upon intracellular pH and upon some carbohydrate substrates, amino acids and organic phosphates in the brain
Sequential patterns of haemodynamic and metabolic changes in experimental hypovolaemic shock. I. Responses to acute haemorrhage
Base deficit and alveolar-arterial gradient during resuscitation contribute independently but modestly to the prediction of mortality after burn injury
A mathematical model of blood-interstitial acid-base balance: application to dilution acidosis and acid-base status
Comparative clinical studies on the diuretic p-chlorbenzolsulfonamidothiazolsulfonamide (Siccamide) with acetazolamide
AMP-Activated Protein Kinase (AMPK) at the Crossroads Between CO2 Retention and Skeletal Muscle Dysfunction in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
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