Association of intraoperative tissue oxygenation with suspected risk factors for tissue hypoxia

@article{Spruit2013AssociationOI,
  title={Association of intraoperative tissue oxygenation with suspected risk factors for tissue hypoxia},
  author={Rodriaan Spruit and Lothar A Schwarte and Oliver Walter Hakenberg and Thomas W. L. Scheeren},
  journal={Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing},
  year={2013},
  volume={27},
  pages={541-550}
}
Tissue hypoxia may cause organ dysfunction, but not much is known about tissue oxygenation in the intraoperative setting. We studied microcirculatory tissue oxygen saturation (StO2) to determine representative values for anesthetized patients undergoing urological surgery and to test the hypothesis that StO2 is associated with known perioperative risk factors for morbidity and mortality, conventionally monitored variables, and hypotension requiring norepinephrine. Using near-infrared… CONTINUE READING

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