No agreement of mixed venous and central venous saturation in sepsis, independent of sepsis origin

@inproceedings{Beest2010NoAO,
  title={No agreement of mixed venous and central venous saturation in sepsis, independent of sepsis origin},
  author={Paul A van Beest and Jan van Ingen and E C Boerma and Nicole D. Holman and Henk Groen and Matty Koopmans and Peter E. Spronk and Micha{\"e}l A. Kuiper},
  booktitle={Critical care},
  year={2010}
}
INTRODUCTION Controversy remains regarding the relationship between central venous saturation (ScvO(2)) and mixed venous saturation (SvO(2)) and their use and interchangeability in patients with sepsis or septic shock. We tested the hypothesis that ScvO(2) does not reliably predict SvO(2) in sepsis. Additionally we looked at the influence of the source (splanchnic or non-splanchnic) of sepsis on this relationship. METHODS In this prospective observational two-center study we concurrently… CONTINUE READING
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