Effects of FI(O(2)) on hemodynamic responses and O(2) transport during RSR13-induced reduction in P(50)

The American Journal of Physiology
Otto EichelbrönnerIan H Chin-Yee

Abstract

Reduced Hb-O(2) affinity facilitates O(2) release to tissue but may impair pulmonary O(2) uptake, affecting cardiac output and systemic vascular resistance (SVR). We studied the effects of shifting the O(2)-dissociation curve (ODC) to the right with a continuous infusion of RSR13, an allosteric modifier of Hb, and of different inspired O(2) fractions (FI(O(2))) on arterial O(2) saturations (Sa(O(2))) in Hb and on hemodynamics in nonanesthetized rats. At an FI(O(2)) of 0.21, Sa(O(2)) fell during RSR13 from 95 to 81%. Elevation of FI(O(2)) to 0.30 returned Sa(O(2)) to baseline in the RSR13 group. The decrease in mean arterial pressure (MAP) was significantly greater in the control than in the RSR13 group at 30% O(2). Cardiac index (CI) increased only during RSR13 at 21% O(2) and returned to baseline at 30% O(2). In contrast, SVR decreased after RSR13 was infused at 21% O(2) but returned to baseline at 30%O(2), whereas controls showed the opposite, a sustained SVR. In the follow-up period, when 21 O(2)% was reestablished and mild anemia was present, MAP and SVR fell significantly more in controls, whereas CI only increased in controls. Lactate was significantly lower in the RSR13 than in the control group during RSR13 and the foll...Continue Reading

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Citations

Jun 14, 2002·American Journal of Physiology. Heart and Circulatory Physiology·Otto EichelbrönnerIan H Chin-Yee
Nov 30, 2005·Journal of Clinical Oncology : Official Journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology·John H SuhEdward Shaw
Dec 25, 2004·Physiological Reviews·Steven C HebertWenhui Wang
Feb 6, 2007·American Journal of Physiology. Heart and Circulatory Physiology·Matthew C BarkerRoland N Pittman

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