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Sodium bicarbonate administration during cardiac arrest. Effect on arterial pH PCO2, and osmolality

JAMA : the Journal of the American Medical Association

Feb 2, 1976

Richard L Bishop, Myron L Weisfeldt

PMID: 1554

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Arterial pH, Pco2, and osmolality were determined serially during cardiac resuscitation in patients and in dogs, with and without administration of sodium bicarbonate. These studies demonstrate that (1) in the absence of preexisting acidosis, severe acidosis can be prevented by adequate...read more

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Resuscitation Procedure
Respiration
Acidosis
Canis familiaris
Carbonic Acid Ions
Osmolality Measurement
Philadelphia Chromosome
Sodium Bicarbonate
Buffers
Hydrogen-Ion Concentration
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    JAMA : the Journal of the American Medical Association

    Feb 2, 1976

    Richard L Bishop, Myron L Weisfeldt

    PMID: 1554

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    Abstract

    Arterial pH, Pco2, and osmolality were determined serially during cardiac resuscitation in patients and in dogs, with and without administration of sodium bicarbonate. These studies demonstrate that (1) in the absence of preexisting acidosis, severe acidosis can be prevented by adequate...read more

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    Resuscitation Procedure
    Respiration
    Acidosis
    Canis familiaris
    Carbonic Acid Ions

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