The effects of continuous blood gas monitoring during cardiopulmonary bypass: a prospective, randomized study--Part I.

@article{Trowbridge2000TheEO,
  title={The effects of continuous blood gas monitoring during cardiopulmonary bypass: a prospective, randomized study--Part I.},
  author={Cody C. Trowbridge and Martha Vasquez and Alfred H Stammers and K Glowgowski and Kimberly D. Tremain and Kevin S. Niimi and Margarete Muhle and T G Yiang},
  journal={The journal of extra-corporeal technology},
  year={2000},
  volume={32 3},
  pages={120-8}
}
The use of continuous in-line blood gas management (CILBGM) is steeped in controversy concerning its potential utility and impact on patient outcomes. The purpose of this study was to determine whether the use of CILBGM results in improved quality of patient care. Fifty-nine patients were enrolled in a Institutional Review Board-approved, prospective, randomized study. An in-line blood gas monitor (CDI 500) was placed into the arterial and venous lines for all patients. Blood gas monitoring in… CONTINUE READING
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