PMID: 40377Jan 1, 1978

Electrometric measurement of canine pancreatic tissue pH under conditions of preserved circulation and of ischaemia

Acta Medica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae
S FarkasP Ezer

Abstract

Canine pancreatic pH was measured by an electrometric method, which is described in detail. 60 measurements carried out in neuroleptanalgesia of the animals gave a mean figure of 7.29 +/- 0.10 for pancreatic pH in situ. For arterial blood pH in the same animals the mean value was 7.22 +/- 0.08. The difference between pancreatic and arterial blood pH is significant. Anaesthesia of 3 hr duration produced no significant change either in pancreatic pH or in arterial blood pH or in the serum amylase and serum lipase levels. Vascular isolation of the pancreas and adjoining duodenal segment was produced in 13 animals. In 10 of these ischaemia induced by clamping of the arterial pathways for 1 hr resulted in a fall of pH by 0.65 +/- 0.21. Restoration of blood-flow at the end of the first hour was followed by a return of pH to the original values. The 3 control animals revealed no significant changes in the pH and enzyme values.

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