16 April 1992 In-vitro evaluation of new fiber optic pH, carbon dioxide, and oxygen sensor systems
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Abstract
New fluorescence-based disposable probes have been developed for monitoring of pH, carbon dioxide, and oxygen in extracorporeal loops and radial arteries. These low cost, small diameter sensors fit through most standard female Luer Lock fittings. The portable monitor and its interface to the probes are described. In-vitro performance of the sensor systems versus tonometered bovine blood and blood analyzer calibration ampules are shown, along with a brief discussion of clinical applications of these devices.
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Lawrence S. Ring, Lawrence S. Ring, Wayne E. Rodgers, Wayne E. Rodgers, } "In-vitro evaluation of new fiber optic pH, carbon dioxide, and oxygen sensor systems", Proc. SPIE 1648, Fiber Optic Medical and Fluorescent Sensors and Applications, (16 April 1992); doi: 10.1117/12.58306; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.58306
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