gasometry


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gasometry

(ɡæsˈɒmɪtrɪ)
n
(General Physics) the measurement of quantities of gases
gasometric, ˌgasoˈmetrical adj

gasometry

the measurement of the amounts of the gases in a mixture. — gasometer, n. — gasometric, gasometrical, adj.
See also: Measurement
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The clinical data collected included age, gender, MELD and Child-Pugh, etiology of the liver pathology, last gasometry immediately before transplantation, preoperative home oxygen requirements, postoperative mechanical ventilation (MV) time, length of stay in resuscitation and causes of death.
Postoperative gasometry was satisfactory with the partial pressure of oxygen in arterial blood of 94 mmHg, an oxygen saturation of 97.7% with the disappearance of cyanosis and dyspnea.
Respiratory efficiency was monitored using standard gasometry. The patients with abnormal gasometric readings were excluded from the studied group.
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Table 1--Values of arterial blood gasometry: pH, partial pressure of carbon dioxide (pCO2), partial pressure of oxygen (pO2), bicarbonate ion (HCO3), total carbon dioxide (CO2Total), base excess (ExBase), oxygen saturation (SatO2), sodium ion (Na), potassium (K) ion and lactate, measured on different moments [before preanesthetic medication (M0), immediately prior to pneumothorax induction (M1), after introducing the trocar (M3) and after draining the cavity and restoring negative pressure (M5)] in the transdiaphragmatic paraxiphoid (GI) and cervical (GII) thoracoscopies.
During the PICU stay, patients were assessed for prognostic factors of worse evolution on MPV by calculating the ventilation index (VI = peak inspiratory pressure x mechanical respiratory rate/1000) and partial oxygen pressure/fraction of inspired oxygen (Pa[O.sub.2]/FI[O.sub.2]), and by examining the worse gasometry value of the first day of MPV.
It is with some hesitation that we include the technique of gasometry into this list of important breakthroughs in technology.