carbon dioxide pressure

carbon dioxide pressure

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ABSTRACTObjective: To measure end-tidal carbon dioxide pressure (PetCO2) in preset interval in order to evaluate the efficiency of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) performed on patients in cardiopulmonary arrest evaluate the validity of PetCO2 in predicting the mortality and finally assess the PetCO2 levels of the patients in cardiopulmonary arrest based on the initial presenting rhythm.
Out-of-hospital quantitativemonitoring of end-tidal carbon dioxide pressure duringCPR.
Dr Bridges added: "The mineralogical details we see tell us that there had been high carbon dioxide pressure in the veins to form the carbonates.
Pressure drops were also high when circulating carbon dioxide, but the temperature equivalence of the carbon dioxide pressure drop was much smaller than the equivalence for lower pressure refrigerants.
Breathing pattern did not change after the MI-E applications and pulse oximetric saturation remained stable within normal values, but the mean end-tidal carbon dioxide pressure decreased significantly.
The lower the initial level of arterial carbon dioxide pressure (reflecting increased hyperventilation), the greater the chance of developing cerebral edema.
78 MPa, (2000 psi), the carbon dioxide pressure could be continuously pulsed in every four minutes to maintain a constant pressure in the die without causing the C[O.
He came to us with an arterial carbon dioxide pressure of 90 mmHg, more than twice the normal value, and developed a pneumothorax.

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