PMID: 5929338Jul 1, 1966

Measurement of arterial and capillary blood oxygen tension

Journal of Clinical Pathology
J H Johnstone

Abstract

An oxygen electrode system, supplied as an attachment to the Radiometer Astrup micro equipment for blood pH determination (AME I), has been investigated. Determination of blood oxygen tension using this electrode system has been compared with tension measurements using an established Bishop type oxygen electrode and satisfactory agreement was found. The storage of blood for routine estimation of oxygen tension has been investigated. Capillary blood oxygen tension has been measured and compared with that of simultaneously taken arterial blood samples.

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Jan 1, 1961·Scandinavian Journal of Clinical and Laboratory Investigation·E ASMUSSEN, M NIELSEN
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Related Concepts

Measurement of Partial Pressure of Oxygen in Blood
Oxygen Measurement, Partial Pressure, Arterial
Gases, Blood, pH Only
Blood Arterial
Blood pH
Specimen Type - Electrode
Specimen Type - Blood Arterial
Portion of Arterial Blood
Arteries
Oxygen Tension Function

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