TITLE

SOME OBSERVATIONS ON DEEP HYPOTHERMIA USING EXTRACORPOREAL CIRCULATION

AUTHOR(S)
Padhi, R. K.; Ko, E. S.; Rainbow, R. L. G.; Lynn, R. B.
PUB. DATE
January 1961
SOURCE
Angiology;Jan1961, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p12
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Hypothermia to 9 to 15�C was induced in 15 dogs using a pump oxygenator and heat exchange unit. No significant alterations in electrolytes or blood gases developed. Oxygen consumption continued at about 6 per cent of the based needs at 10�C by virtue of the physically dissolved plasma oxygen. These studies suggest that, since a basal metabolism continues even at 10�C, complete cessation of the circulation at such a temperature is inadvisable and that hypoxia of vital organs may explain the difficulty in restoring and maintaining the circulation after such circulatory arrest.
ACCESSION #
16397096

 

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