Oxygen tension in the bladder epithelium rises in both high and low cardiac output endotoxemic sepsis.

Abstract

The effect of endotoxin on tissue oxygen tension measured at the bladder epithelium was assessed in spontaneously breathing Sprague-Dawley rats anesthetized with halothane. Hyperdynamic (high cardiac output, group A, n = 6) and hypodynamic (low cardiac output, group B, n = 6) circulatory responses were achieved by intravenous administration of Escherichia… (More)

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@article{Rosser1995OxygenTI, title={Oxygen tension in the bladder epithelium rises in both high and low cardiac output endotoxemic sepsis.}, author={Dylan Rosser and Raymond P Stidwill and Debbie J. Jacobson and Mervyn Singer}, journal={Journal of applied physiology}, year={1995}, volume={79 6}, pages={1878-82} }