OBI Medical

Publications

A summary of selected publications can be downloaded as a whitepaper in PDF format here

Selected publications for the v-TACTM technology:

S.E. Rees, S. Andreassen
Mathematical models of oxygen and carbon dioxide storage and transport: The acid-base chemistry of blood
Critical Reviews in Biomedical Engineering, 33(3):209-64, (2005)

S.E. Rees, E. Klaestrup, J. Handy, S. Andreasen, S.R. Kristensen
Mathematical modelling of the acid-base chemistry and oxygenation of blood: a mass balance, mass action approach including plasma and red blood cells
European Journal of Applied Physiology, 108:483-494, (2010)

S.E. Rees, M. Toftegaard, S. Andreassen
A method for calculation of arterial acid-base and blood gas status from measurements in the peripheral venous blood
Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 81:18-25, (2005)

S. Andreassen, S.E. Rees
Mathematical models of oxygen and acrbon dioxide storage and transport: Interstitial fluid and tissue stores and whole-body transport
Critical Reviews in Biomedical Engineering, 33:265-298, (2005)

M. Toftegaard, S.E. Rees, S. Andreassen
Evaluation of a method for converting venous values of acid-base and oxygenation status to arterial values
European Journal of Emergency Medicine, 26:268-272, (2009)

S.E. Rees, M. Toftegaard, S. Andreassen
Converting venous acid-base and oxygen status to arterial in patients with lung disease
European Respiratory Journal, 33:1141-1147, (2009)

M. Toftegaard, S.E. Rees, S. Andreassen
Correlation between acid-base parameters measured in arterial blood and venous blood samples peripherally, from vena cavae superior, and from the pulmonary artery 
European Journal of Emergency Medicine, 15:86-91, (2008)

A.C. Klein, H. Rittger
Validity and clinical use of mathematical arterialized venous blood gas with the v-TAC approach for evaluation of arterial blood gas in patients with respiratory compromise
Deutche Gesellschaft für Pneumologie, (2017)

A. Manuel, et al.
A method for calculation of arterial blood gas values from measurements in the peripheral blood (v -TAC)
ERS Congress, (2017)

G. Tygesen, H. Matzen, K. Grønkjær, L. Uhrenfeldt, S. Andreassen, O. Gaardboe, S. E. Rees
Mathematical arterialisation of venous blood in emergency medicine patients
Eur J Emerg Med, (2011)

L. Oddershede, et al.
The cost-effectiveness of venous-converted acid-base and blood gas status in pulmonary medical departments 
ClinicoEconomics and outcomes Research, 3, pp. 1-7, (2011)

M. Lumholdt, K.A. Damgaard, E.F. Christensen, P. Leutscher 
Can routine blood gas screening identify patients with unsuspected acid-base conditions and lead to optimised triage group allocation
BMJ Open, 8:A1-A34 (2018)

S.E. Rees, B.A. Rychwicka-Kielek, B.F. Andersen, R. Bibi, J.F. Pedersen, U.M. Weinreich, L.B. Birket-Smith, S.R. Kristensen
Calculating acid-base and oxygenation status during COPD exacerbation using mathematically arterialised venous blood
Clin Chem Lab Med;50(12), (2012)

E. Crescioli, et al.
Application of venous to arterial conversion (v-TAC) software in the emergency medicine context
DEMC7, (2017)

P. Kamperidis, et al.
Optimising Acute Non-Invasive Ventilation Care in the NHS; the v-TAC approach
(2018)

M. Lumholdt, K.A. Damgaard, E.F. Christensen, P. Leutscher 
Mathematical arterialisation of peripheral venous blood gas for obtainment of arterial blood gas values: a methodological validation study in the clinical setting
Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing, (2018)

M. Ekström, et al.
Calculated arterial blood gas values from a venous sample and pulse oximetry: Clinical validation 
PLoS One, (2019)


Supporting publications for the v-TAC™ technology:

L. Gattinoni, E. Carlesso, M. Cressoni
Assessing gas exchange in acute lung injury/acute respiratory distress syndrome: diagnostic techniques and prognostic relevance
Critical Care, 17:18-23, (2011)

C. Higgins
Central venous blood gas analysis
Radiometers knowledge site about acute care testing - Central venous blood gas analysis 2011

Lim BL, Kelly AM
A meta-analysis on the utility of peripheral venous blood gas analysis in exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in the emergency department
European Journal of Emergency Medicine, 17:246-248, (2010)

R. Treger, S. Pirouz, N. Kamangar, D. Corry
Agreement between Central Venous and Arterial Blood Gas Measurements in the Intensive Care Unit
Journal of American Society of Nephrology, (2009)

S.E. Rees
Corrospondance: Accuracy of venous blood pressure depends on arterial blood oxygen pressure: from the author
European Respiratory Journal, 5:1208, (2009)

Malatesha G, Singh NK, Bharija A, et al.
Comparison of arterial  and venous pH, bicarbonate, PCO2 and PO2 in initial emergency department assessment
European Journal of Emergency Medicine, 24:569-571, (2007)

Zavorsky GS, Cao J, Mayo NE, et al.
Arterial versus capillary blood gases: a meta-analysis
Repir Physiol Neurobiology, 155:268-279, (2007)

Rang LC, Murray HE, Wells GA, et al.
Can peripheral venous blood gases replace arterial blood gases in emergency department patients
European Journal of Emergency Medicine, 4:7-15, (2002)

Turner JS et al.
Patients recollection of intensive care unit experience
Crit Care Med, 18:966-968, (1990)