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Development of a special electrode for continuous subcutaneous pH measurement in the infant scalp

American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Jan 15, 1976

Olaf StammA de P Campana

PMID: 2012

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Using a combined special glass electrode it is possible to monitor pH ratios and pH variation in the subcutaneous tissue of the infant scalp continuously. Tests on a normal sample of newborn babies immediately after birth showed a significant correlation between tissue pH and capillary ...read more

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Specimen Type - Electrode
Blood Capillary Specimen
Scalp Structure
Subcutaneous Tissue
Hydrogen-Ion Concentration
Capillary Blood
Umbilical Cord Blood
Glass (Substance)
Monitoring, Physiologic
Hydrogen Ion Concentration Measurement
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    American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology

    Jan 15, 1976

    Olaf StammA de P Campana

    PMID: 2012

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    Abstract

    Using a combined special glass electrode it is possible to monitor pH ratios and pH variation in the subcutaneous tissue of the infant scalp continuously. Tests on a normal sample of newborn babies immediately after birth showed a significant correlation between tissue pH and capillary ...read more

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    Specimen Type - Electrode
    Blood Capillary Specimen
    Scalp Structure
    Subcutaneous Tissue
    Hydrogen-Ion Concentration
    56
    5
    5
    113
    2
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