Cerebral interstitial fluid acid-base status follows arterial acid-base perturbations.

@article{Davies1982CerebralIF,
  title={Cerebral interstitial fluid acid-base status follows arterial acid-base perturbations.},
  author={Dr Gerald G. Davies and W F Nolan},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology: respiratory, environmental and exercise physiology},
  year={1982},
  volume={53 6},
  pages={1551-5}
}
Cerebral interstitial fluid (ISF) pH of ventral medulla or thalamus, cisternal cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) pH, and arterial blood pH, PCO2, and [HCO-3] were measured in chloralose-urethan-anesthetized, gallamine-paralyzed New Zealand White rabbits during 30-min episodes of either HCl or NaHCO3 intravenous infusions. ISF pH was measured continuously with glass microelectrodes (1- to 2-microns tip diameter). Cisternal CSF pH was measured continuously with an indwelling pH probe (1-mm tip diameter… CONTINUE READING