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Physiological profile during venovenous perfusion in dogs using a polypropylene membrane lung with secondary flows.

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Venovenous perfusion has been conducted in 12 healthy dogs to examine carbon dioxide (CO2) transfer and haemocompatibility over 9 h during total extracorporeal CO2 removal using a microporous polypropylene membrane lung with secondary flows in the blood channel. The anaesthetized animals were maintained normocapnic by including CO2 in the inspired gases. The CO2 removal was achieved using 0.631 m2 of active membrane, at a pulsatile Reynolds number of 50, and a CO2 extraction from blood of 17....

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Physiology Anatomy and Genetics
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Author
Journal:
Journal of biomedical engineering
Volume:
10
Issue:
1
Pages:
74-81
Publication date:
1988-01-05
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ISSN:
0141-5425
URN:
uuid:272e3159-afd9-4813-af1e-556272569817
Source identifiers:
113824
Local pid:
pubs:113824

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