micro-Astrup method

mi·cro-As·trup meth·od

(as'trŭp),
an interpolation technique for acid-base measurement, based on pH and the use of the Siggaard-Andersen nomogram to determine the base deficit as an expression of metabolic acidosis and the arterial PCO2 as an expression of respiratory acidosis or alkalosis.

mi·cro-As·trup method

(mī'krō as'trŭp meth'ŏd)
An interpolation technique for acid-base measurement, based on pH and the use of the Siggaard-Andersen nomogram.

Astrup,

Poul, Danish clinical chemist, 1915–.
micro-Astrup method - an interpolation technique for acid-base measurement.
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