Roughton-Scholander apparatus

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Rough·ton-Scho·lan·der ap·pa·ra·tus

(row'ton shō'lan-dĕr),
a syringelike device for analyzing the respiratory gases in a small sample of blood.

Roughton,

Francis J.W., English scientist, 1899-1972.
Roughton-Scholander apparatus - a syringelike device for analyzing the respiratory gases in a small sample of blood. Synonym(s): Roughton-Scholander syringe
Roughton-Scholander syringe - Synonym(s): Roughton-Scholander apparatus

Scholander,

Per F., Norwegian physiologist, 1905-1980.
Roughton-Scholander apparatus - see under Roughton
Roughton-Scholander syringe - Synonym(s): Roughton-Scholander apparatus
Scholander apparatus - a device used for determining the oxygen and carbon dioxide percentage in 0.5 ml of a respiratory gas.