Electrodes were used for heart and transcutaneous oxygen
Other parameters that may help to predict wound healing following TMA include measurement of toe pressures, and transcutaneous oxygen
The transcutaneous oxygen
saturation of peripheral artery was 94% under the room air inhalation at the diagnosis.
Although transcutaneous oxygen
(Pt[O.sub.2]) was monitored in our study (14), Sp[O.sub.2] assessment has been found to be at least more favourable than Pt[O.sub.2] as a non-invasive method to analyse blood oxygenation (14).
The symptom of cough and expectoration was exacerbated, developed with dyspnea, dizzy, pink foam sputum, and descend transcutaneous oxygen
saturation in the 3[sup]rd day (December 19), and was transferred to intensive care unit soon.
Snyder et al., "A cohort study of transcutaneous oxygen
tension and the incidence and severity of retinopathy of prematurity," New England Journal of Medicine, vol.
A number of different techniques have previously been employed to study skin microcirculation such as capillaroscopy [13, 14], cold challenge tests [15-17], laser Doppler flowmetry (LDF) [18-22], thermography [16, 23, 24], and measurement of transcutaneous oxygen
The initial concentration of NO was 15 ppm; transcutaneous oxygen
saturation (TcSaO2) equal to or higher than 90% was taken as the baseline.
For diagnosis ankle-brachial indices, segmental limb pressures and wave form analysis and transcutaneous oxygen
and carbon dioxide saturations should be a part of routine initial evaluation9.
I remember the first transcutaneous monitor for measuring babies' transcutaneous oxygen
measurements across the metatarsal heads and talus ranged from 39-49 mmHg.