gastric intramucosal pH

gastric intramucosal pH

An experimental procedure to measure the pH of gastric mucosa to determine the adequacy of its oxygenation. The goal is to obtain an index of tissue oxygenation in general.
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Marik, "Gastric intramucosal pH: a better predictor of multiorgan dysfunction syndrome and death than oxygen-derived variables in patients with sepsis," Chest, vol.
(17.) Bouachour G, Guiraud MP, Gouello JP, Roy PM, Alquier P Gastric Intramucosal pH: an indicator of weaning outcome from mechanical ventilation in COPD patients.
Gastric intramucosal pH and intraluminal PC02 during weaning from mechanical ventilation.
Several studies in different patient populations have investigated the association between gastric intramucosal pH (pHi), gastric mucosal Pc[o.sub.2] or the gastric to arterial Pc[o.sub.2] gradient and outcome (65-67).
Two small controlled studies in different patient populations have examined whether treatment aimed at increasing gastric intramucosal pH (pHi) improves outcome (69,85).
gastric intramucosal pH) and not at mortality as primary outcome measure.
Comparison of gastric intramucosal pH and standard perfusional measurements in pediatric septic shock.
Combined measurements of blood lactate concentrations and gastric intramucosal pH in patients with severe sepsis.
Gastric intramucosal pH. A better predictor of multiorgan dysfunction syndrome and death than oxygen-derived variables in patients with sepsis.
Gastric intramucosal pH as a therapeutic index of tissue oxygenation in critically ill patients.