ELECTRODE SYSTEMS FOR CONTINUOUS MONITORING IN CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERY

@article{Clark1962ELECTRODESF,
  title={ELECTRODE SYSTEMS FOR CONTINUOUS MONITORING IN CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERY},
  author={Leland C. Clark and Champ Lyons},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={1962},
  volume={102}
}
Instruments capable of continuously indicating the chemical composition of blood have proved to be useful in controlling heart-lung machines, in regulating operative and postoperative management of patients, and in teaching and research. At first, such instruments were used with sensors mounted directly in the extracorporeal blood circuit that is used for perfusion of open-heart surgery patients.] Later, continuous monitoring of both machine and patients was conducted by means of continuous… 
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