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Pulmonary arterial pressure and gas exchange during thoracotomy

  • Lars Nordström
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Part of the Developments in Critical Care Medicine and Anaesthesiology book series (DCCA, volume 1)

Abstract

Uptake of oxygen and elemination of carbon dioxide depend on alveolar ventilation, pulmonary blood flow and a suitable regional distribution of ventilation in relation to blood flow. Thoracotomy influences on all these factors in a complicated manner. Results obtained from patients undergoing lung surgery can therefore be difficult to interpret, but on the other hand the use of endobronchial tube gives a physiologically interesting opportunity to measure ventilation-perfusion relationships of a defined region, namely, that of each lung.

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