Is mean blood saturation a useful marker of tissue oxygenation?

@article{Thorn2009IsMB,
  title={Is mean blood saturation a useful marker of tissue oxygenation?},
  author={Clare E. Thorn and S. J. Matcher and I. V. Meglinski and Angela C. Shore},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={296 5},
  pages={H1289-95}
}
Increasingly we are monitoring the distribution of oxygen through the microcirculation using optical techniques such as optical reflectance spectroscopy (ORS) and near-infrared spectroscopy. Mean blood oxygen saturation (S(mb)O(2)) and tissue oxygenation index measured by these two techniques, respectively, evoke a concept of the measurement of oxygen delivery to tissue. This study aims to establish whether S(mb)O(2) is an appropriate indicator of tissue oxygenation. Spontaneous fluctuations in… CONTINUE READING

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