Corpus ID: 39915708

Transcutaneous PO2 measurement on skin transplants.

@article{Keller1979TranscutaneousPM,
  title={Transcutaneous PO2 measurement on skin transplants.},
  author={H. Keller and P. Klaue and T. Hockerts and D. L{\"u}bbers},
  journal={Birth defects original article series},
  year={1979},
  volume={15 4},
  pages={
          511-6
        }
}
Trnascutaneous PO2 measurements are suitable for an objective control of free skin transplants and pedicle flaps if used with standardized and controlled hyperemia. They are also suitable for monitoring the rejection of skin allografts and to investigate the influence of drugs on skin transplants in general. 
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