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v-TACTM precision kPa

v-TACTM precision plots for pH

Plots comparing pH for v-TACTM vs. arterial (ABG1) shown as black dots, with arterial (ABG2) vs. arterial (ABG1) repeatability shown as red dots.

v-TACTM precision plots for pCO2 in [kPa]

Plots comparing pCO2 for v-TACTM vs. arterial (ABG1) shown as black dots, with arterial (ABG2) vs. arterial (ABG1) repeatability shown as red dots.

v-TACTM precision plot for pO2 in [kPa]

Plots comparing pO2 for v-TACTM vs. arterial (ABG1) shown as black dots, with arterial (ABG2) vs. arterial (ABG1) repeatability shown as red dots.

Studies:

- Tygesen G et all;  Mathematical arterialisation of venous blood in emergency medicine patients. (Group B excluded due to 15 minutes between sample pairs)

- M. Toftegaard et all; Evaluation of a method for converting venous values of acid-base and oxygenation status to arterial values. 

- S.E. Rees et all; Converting venous acid-base and oxygen status to arterial in patients with lung disease. 

- S.E. Rees et all; Correlation between acid-base parameters measured in arterial blood and venous blood samples peripherally, from vena cavae superior, and from the pulmonary artery. 

- S.E. Rees et all; A method for calculation of arterial acid-base and blood gas status from measurements in the peripheral venous blood. 

- v-TAC study, Klinikum Fürth

- v-TAC study, Aintree