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Reflectance Spectrophotometry and Tissue Oxygenation in Experimental and Clinical Practice

  • M. P. Buise
  • J. van Bommel
  • C. Ince
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Abstract

Maintenance of adequate oxygen delivery (DO2) to the tissue cells can be considered a primary objective in intensive care and peri-operative patient management. Generally, it is believed that tissue hypoxia plays a significant role in the development of organ failure in critically ill patients and is a major factor in the pathogenesis of multi-organ dysfunction. The introduction of regional measurement techniques has highlighted the inadequacy of the information being generated by global measurements of hemodynamic and oxygen-related variables and has focused attention on the processes underlying microcirculatory oxygenation. It should be obvious that an adequate transport of oxygen by the cardiovascular system does not guarantee its delivery to the critical tissues of the body [1]. For this reason, assessment of tissue oxygenation is essential.

Keywords

Laser Doppler Flowmetry Gastric Mucosal Blood Flow Microvascular Blood Flow Hemoglobin Oxygen Saturation Microcirculatory Blood Flow 
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  • M. P. Buise
  • J. van Bommel
  • C. Ince

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