Corpus ID: 8775244

[Changes in ionized calcium and citrate levels in dogs during mechanical autotransfusion with heparin, ACD and CPD].

@article{Klaue1979ChangesII,
  title={[Changes in ionized calcium and citrate levels in dogs during mechanical autotransfusion with heparin, ACD and CPD].},
  author={P. Klaue and H. Maier and Knut Feldmann and B. Homann},
  journal={Chirurgisches Forum fur experimentelle und klinische Forschung},
  year={1979},
  pages={
          255-9
        }
}
  • P. Klaue, H. Maier, +1 author B. Homann
  • Published 1979
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Chirurgisches Forum fur experimentelle und klinische Forschung
The control of ionized calcium (Ca++), total calcium, and citrate levels in serum were determined in dogs during autotransfusion (AT) of blood stabilized with heparin, ACD (formula B) and CPD. Blood samples were taken according to the changes of aortic pressure (AOP), which was continuously monitored. Taking the values during the stable phase of AOP preceding the AT as baseline, Ca++ dropped by 27% with ACD and by 34% with CPD at the maximum decrease of AOP immediately after the AT. The… Expand
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