Effect of hemorrhagic shock and reperfusion on the respiratory quotient in swine.

@article{Cohen1995EffectOH,
  title={Effect of hemorrhagic shock and reperfusion on the respiratory quotient in swine.},
  author={Ira L Cohen and Farah Sheikh and Russell J Perkins and Paul J. Feustel and Eric D. Foster},
  journal={Critical care medicine},
  year={1995},
  volume={23 3},
  pages={545-52}
}
OBJECTIVES Respiratory quotient, the ratio of CO2 production to oxygen consumption (VO2), is principally affected by the fuel source used for aerobic metabolism. Since the respiratory quotient, VO2, and CO2 production cannot be directly measured easily, indirect calorimetry is commonly used to determine the value of these variables at the airway level (i.e., airway respiratory quotient, airway VO2, and airway CO2 production). However, under nonsteady-state conditions, a variety of phenomena can… CONTINUE READING

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