Intestinal and cerebral oxygenation during severe isovolemic hemodilution and subsequent hyperoxic ventilation in a pig model.

@article{Bommel2002IntestinalAC,
  title={Intestinal and cerebral oxygenation during severe isovolemic hemodilution and subsequent hyperoxic ventilation in a pig model.},
  author={Jasper van Bommel and Adrianus Trouwborst and Lothar A Schwarte and Martin Siegemund and Can Ince and Ch Pieter Henny},
  journal={Anesthesiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={97 3},
  pages={660-70}
}
BACKGROUND During severe isovolemic hemodilution, determination of critical hematocrit levels for the microvascular oxygenation of different organs might provide more insight into the effect of the redistribution of blood flow and oxygen delivery on the oxygenation of different organs. The effect of an increased amount of dissolved oxygen on tissue oxygenation during severely decreased hematocrit levels is not clear. METHODS Fifteen anesthetized pigs were randomized between an experimental… CONTINUE READING

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