respiratory gas

respiratory gas

any gas that takes part in the respiratory process. The term usually denotes oxygen and carbon dioxide. see RESPIRATION.
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Contract notice: liquid chromatograph with coupled mass spectrometer for the institute for respiratory gas analysis of the university of innsbruck
Burlakov toured the facility and underwent a cardio-metabolic test to measure his respiratory gas exchange during a series of treadmill simulated walks and runs.
Additionally, when marijuana is smoked, serum carbon monoxide concentrations in the pregnant woman are five times higher than those when tobacco is smoked, resulting potentially in impaired maternal respiratory gas exchange and subsequent adverse effect on the fetus.
Caloric expenditure and average RER was calculated from the respiratory gas data.
Venous blood gas analysis reflects the acid-base balance at a cellular level, whereas arterial blood gas analysis provides information about ventilation, tissue perfusion, and the efficiency of respiratory gas exchange in the lungs.
Respiratory gas exchange threshold measurements are a reference standard for measuring sustainable exercise capacity (McLellan and Skinner, 1981).
They determined the AT using cycle ergometer exercise with continuous respiratory gas measurements.
[2] The author's conclusion was that ECMO could support respiratory gas exchange, but did not increase the probability of survival for severe acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS).
According to the companies, Heliox is Vapotherm's US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved respiratory gas composed of helium and oxygen.
The EE measures from the SWA were compared to expired respiratory gas analyses using Intra-class Correlation Coefficients to assess agreement and correlation between the measurement methods.
Participants performed a symptom limited exercise test, respiratory gas analysis was performed and blood pressure taken.

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