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- 1.1. To delineate the effect of pCO2 and hydrogen ion concentration on the distribution of blood flow, the cardiac output, carotid, coronary, and renal flows have been measured in the following acid-base variations: respiratory acidosis and alkalosis, compensated (THAM) respiratory acidosis, and metabolic acidosis and alkalosis.
- 2.2. Cardiac output, carotid flow, and coronary flow correlate directly with the carbon dioxide tension in the blood, irrespective of the hydrogen ion concentration.
- 3.3. Renal blood flow varies inversely as the carbon dioxide tension, irrespective of the hydrogen ion concentration.
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☆Supported by United States Public Health Service Grants HE-07632 and HE-04392.
☆☆Presented at the Eighteenth Annual Meeting of the Society for Vascular Surgery, San Francisco, Calif., June 21, 1964.
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