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Improved gastric tonometry for monitoring tissue perfusion: the canary sings louder.

Anesthesia and analgesia , Volume 83 , Issue 1 (1996)
S A Garrett , R G Pearl
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Tonometry revisited: perfusion-related, metabolic, and respiratory components of gastric mucosal acidosis in acute cardiorespiratory failure.

Shock (Augusta, Ga.) , Volume 29 , Issue 5 (2008)
Stephan M Jakob , Ilkka Parviainen , Esko Ruokonen , Alexander Kogan , Jukka Takala
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Predictive value of the stomach wall pH for complications after cardiac operations: comparison with other monitoring.

Critical care medicine , Volume 15 , Issue 2 (1987)
R G Fiddian-Green , S Baker
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A comparison of gastric and rectal CO2 in cardiac surgery patients.

Biological research for nursing , Volume 6 , Issue 4 (2005)
Elaine M Fisher , Mary E Kerr , Leslie A Hoffman , Richard P Steiner , Robert A Baranek
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Automated detection of gastric luminal partial pressure of carbon dioxide during cardiovascular surgery using the Tonocap.

Anesthesiology , Volume 92 , Issue 1 (2000)
E Bennett-Guerrero , M H Panah , C A Bodian , B J Methikalam , J R Alfarone , M DePerio , M G Mythen
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Gastric hypercarbia and adverse outcome after cardiac surgery.

Intensive care medicine , Volume 29 , Issue 5 (2003)
Minoo N Kavarana , Robert J Frumento , Andrew L Hirsch , Mehmet C Oz , Daniel C Lee , Elliott Bennett-Guerrero
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Rectal luminal Pr(CO2), measured by automated air tonometry, does not reflect gastric luminal Pr(CO2) in children.

Journal of anesthesia , Volume 20 , Issue 3 (2006)
Markus Weiss , Achim Schmitz , Bettina Salgo , Alexander Dullenkopf
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Gastric tonometry: where do we stand?

Current opinion in critical care , Volume 7 , Issue 2 (2001)
M A Hamilton , M G Mythen
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Intramucosal-arterial PCO2 gap fails to reflect intestinal dysoxia in hypoxic hypoxia.

Critical care (London, England) , Volume 6 , Issue 6 (2002)
Arnaldo Dubin , Gastón Murias , Elisa Estenssoro , Héctor Canales , Julio Badie , Mario Pozo , Juan P Sottile , Marcelo Barán , Fernando Pálizas , Mercedes Laporte