Transcutaneous oxygen tension exercise profile. A method for objectively assessing the results after reconstructive peripheral arterial surgery.

Abstract

Transcutaneous oxygen tension during exercise (TcPo2 exercise profile) was measured on the foot in 10 patients before reconstructive vascular surgery and 9 and 18 months later. The preoperative TcPo2 exercise profiles were abnormal in all 10 patients. In 9 of the patients the reconstructions were successful. In these patients the TcPo2 exercise profiles… (More)

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@article{Larsen1988TranscutaneousOT, title={Transcutaneous oxygen tension exercise profile. A method for objectively assessing the results after reconstructive peripheral arterial surgery.}, author={J. F. Larsen and Kent Christensen and Klas Egeblad}, journal={European journal of vascular surgery}, year={1988}, volume={2 6}, pages={377-81} }