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TitlePulse Oximetry [electronic resource] / edited by James P. Payne, J. W. Severinghaus
ImprintLondon : Springer London, 1986
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4471-1423-9
Descript XXII, 198 p. online resource

SUMMARY

This volume contains the proceedings of a three-day symposium on the clinical applications of oximetry held at Chartridge, Buckinghamshire in May 1985. The meeting was organised by the Research Department of Anaesthetics of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and Ohmeda, the Life Support Equipment Division of BOC Health Care, who also acted as sponsors. It was the third such meeting on oxygen measurements held over the past 21 years under the auspices of the Research Department and under the same chairman with some of the same participants. The first, sponsored by the CIBA Foundation and held in London in 1964, was primarily concerned with the assessment of rapid and accurate methods of blood-gas analysis. Based on new technology these techniques had been developed to meet a well defined need in such fields as cardiac and peripheral vascular surgery, monitoring in intenยญ sive care units and the management of patients with severe cardioยญ respiratory disease. Although oximetry was discussed at that meeting, the emphasis was primarily on polarography and gas chromatography and on the equipment that had been designed to handle relatively minute discrete blood samples of the order of 100 J.ll or less


CONTENT

1. Historical Development of Oxygenation Monitoring -- 2. Pulse Oximetry and Oxygen Transport -- Discussion I -- 3. The Oxygen Status in Arterial Human Blood: Terminology, Diagnosis and Determination of Parameters -- 4. The Derivation of Oxygen Dissociation Curves by Oximetry and Blood Gas Analysis -- 5. A Comparison of Pulse Oximetry with Invasive Mixed Venous Blood Oxygen Saturation Monitoring -- Discussion II -- 6. Use of the Ohmeda Biox III Oximeter in an Intensive Care Unit -- 7. The Advantages of Real-Time Oximetry over Intermittent Arterial Blood Gas Analyses in a Chest Department -- Discussion III -- 8. Non-invasive Oximetry Using the Biox III Oximeter: Clinical Evaluation and Physiological Aspects -- 9. Non-invasive Oximetry During Anaesthesia -- 10. Monitoring During Electroconvulsive Therapy -- Discussion IV -- 11. Use of Non-invasive Oximetry During the Induction of Anaesthesia in Children -- 12. The Advantages of Oximetry During Paediatric Anaesthesia -- Discussion V. -- 13. A Comparison of Transcutaneous Oxygen Tension with Oximetry in the Artificially Ventilated Newborn -- 14. Use of Cutaneous Oximeters in the Long-Term Ventilated Patient -- 15. Oximetry in the Weaning of the Ventilator Patient -- Discussion VI -- 16. Oximetry During One Lung Anaesthesia -- 17. Use of Oximetry in Dental Out-patients Undergoing Controlled Sedation and General Anaesthesia -- 18. A Study of Arterial Oxygenation During Haemodialysis -- 19. Oxygen Saturation During Breath Holding -- Discussion VII -- 20. Oxygenation During Postoperative Transportation -- 21. Monitoring Oxygen Saturation Levels in the Early Recovery Phase of General Anaesthesia -- Discussion VIII -- 22. Monitoring Oxygen Saturation Levels in Patients Undergoing Long-Term Home Oxygen Therapy Using a Portable Oximeter -- 23. Postoperative Oximetry After Use of Different Opioids -- Discussion IX


Medicine Anesthesiology Critical care medicine Cardiology Respiratory organs -- Diseases Medicine & Public Health Anesthesiology Cardiology Intensive / Critical Care Medicine Pneumology/Respiratory System



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