Estimation of cardiac index by means of the arterial and the mixed venous oxygen content and pulmonary oxygen uptake determination in the early post-operative period following surgery of congenital heart disease

@article{Buheitel1994EstimationOC,
  title={Estimation of cardiac index by means of the arterial and the mixed venous oxygen content and pulmonary oxygen uptake determination in the early post-operative period following surgery of congenital heart disease},
  author={Dr. G. Buheitel and Jochem Scharf and Michael Hofbeck and Helmut Singer},
  journal={Intensive Care Medicine},
  year={1994},
  volume={20},
  pages={500-503}
}
To assess the reliability of estimation of cardiac index based on the mixed venous oxygen saturation and methods of improving the estimation of cardiac index. PICU in an university hospital. In the post-operative period following complete repair of congenital heart disease we carried out 55 measurements of blood gases in 25 infants and children (mean age 16.1 months, mean body surface 0.43 m2) from a systemic artery (arterial) and the pulmonary artery (mixed venous). We also determined the… CONTINUE READING

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