Blood Oxygenation: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Blood Oxygenation, held at the University of Cincinnati, December 1-3, 1969

Blood Oxygenation: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Blood Oxygenation, held at the University of Cincinnati, December 1-3, 1969

by Daniel Hershey (Editor)

Paperback(1970)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781468418590
Publisher: Springer US
Publication date: 07/18/2012
Edition description: 1970
Pages: 374
Product dimensions: 7.01(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.03(d)

Table of Contents

Factors Determining the Velocity of Gas Uptake by Intracellular Hemoglobin.- Oxygenation Velocity of the Red Cell and Pulmonary Diffusing Capacity.- Membrane Resistance and Diffusion Coefficients: The Intact Red Cell.- Models for Simultaneous Diffusion and Chemical Reaction of Oxygen Within the Intact Red Cell of Whole Blood.- In Vitro Measurement of Uncombined Oxygen Concentration in Intact Red Cells.- The Interaction of Carbon Dioxide with the Rate of Exchange of Oxygen by Red Blood Cells.- Physicochemical Properties of Blood Constituents Derived from Porphyrins.- Equilibrium and Kinetic Aspects of the Reaction of Hemoglobin, Isolated Chains and Intermediates with Oxygen.- A Mathematical Analysis Predicting Cerebral Tissue Reoxygenation Time as a Function of the Rate of Change of Effective Cerebral Blood Flow.- Brain Tissue Oxygenation as Determined with a New Ultramicro Oxygen Electrode.- A Distributed Parameter Mathematical Analysis of Oxygen Exchange from Maternal to Fetal Blood in the Human Placenta.- The Effects of Inert Gases, Preservatives and Storage on Oxygen Transport in Blood.- The Control of Hemoglobin Function in Blood Stored for Transfusion Purposes.- Effect of Plasma Constituents on Oxygen Diffusivity.- Internal Viscosity of the Red Blood Cell and the Capillary Inversion Phenomena as Factors in Oxygen Transport.- The Oxygenation of Blood in Artificial Membrane Devices.- Design Considerations and Long-Term in Vivo Studies with the Disposable Spiral Membrane Lung.- A Mathematical Model for the Prediction of Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, and pH Profiles with Augmented Diffusion in Capillary Blood Oxygenators.- Development of Capillary Membrane Blood Oxygenators.- Oxygenation of Blood for Clinical Applications.

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