PMID: 41858Jan 1, 1979

Effect of acetate upon arterial gases

Journal of Dialysis
T IkedaK Ei

Abstract

Following infusion of sodium acetate, a significant fall in arterial oxygen tension (PO2) was observed (p less than 0.001). A rise in PCO2 or bicarbonate was also statistically significant. pH was however remained unchanged. Though a rise in PCO2, bicarbonate, pH was observed following infusion of sodium bicarbonate, no significant fall in PO2 was observed. These results suggest a role of acetate ion for the fall of arterial oxygen tension; the hemodialysis-induced hypoxemia.

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Mar 1, 1978·Annals of Internal Medicine·U GraefeB H Scribner
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Related Concepts

Hemodialysis
Acetate ION
Dioxygen
Oxygen Measurement, Partial Pressure, Arterial
Carbonic Acid Ions
Sodium Bicarbonate
Anoxemia
Asthma
Bicarbonate Measurement
Bicarbonates

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