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, (2006) 

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)

S.E. Rees, M. Toftegaard, 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)

J. Mallat, A. Lazkani, M. Lemyze, F. Pepy, M. Meddour, G. Gasan, J. Temime, N. Vangrunderbeeck, L. Tronchon, D. Thevenin 
Repeatability of Blood Gas Parameters, pCO2 Gap, and pCO2 Gap to Arterial-to-Venous Oxygen Content Difference in Critically Ill Adult Patients
Medicine, 94(3) (2015)

S. Andreassen, S. E. Rees
Mathematical models of oxygen and carbon dioxide storage and transport: Interstitial fluid and tissue stores and whole-body transport
Critical Reviews in Biomedical Engineering, 33, 3, pp. 265-298, (2005)

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)

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)

M. Lumholdt, K.A. Damgaard, E.F. Christensen, P.D.C. 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)


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)