PMID: 8599277Jan 1, 1995

Oxygen status during haemodialysis. The Cord-Group

Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica. Supplementum
A L NielsenP Thunedborg

Abstract

Hypoxia during haemodialysis, mainly acetate, has been reported several times. In our study we have monitored oxygen status during 258 bicarbonate haemodialyses. A significant drop below 80 mmHg in mean oxygen tension occurred. Mean oxygen saturation reflected this drop but did not reach levels below 90%. The mean oxygen concentration was on the whole critical low, though slightly increasing during each haemodialysis session due to ultrafiltration. It is concluded that both hypoxia and hypoxaemia do occur during bicarbonate haemodialysis. To a group of patients generally having limited cardiac reserves, a poor oxygen status is a potentially serious complication to haemodialysis. Monitoring oxygen status is thus advisable.

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Citations

Feb 24, 2001·Journal of Investigative Medicine : the Official Publication of the American Federation for Clinical Research·R GuieuB Dussol
Sep 22, 2012·Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology : CJASN·Sanjiv AnandRajiv Agarwal
Nov 4, 2005·Artificial Organs·Kostas I SombolosTaïsir A Natse
Mar 28, 2008·Seminars in Dialysis·Michal BarakYeshayahu Katz

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