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Assessment of arterial blood gas values in horses, with reference to the alveolar-arterial difference in oxygen



Assessment of arterial blood gas values in horses, with reference to the alveolar-arterial difference in oxygen



Pferdeheilkunde 2(6): 331-336



The alveolar-arterial differences in oxygen (A-aDO), the arterial oxygen partial pressure (PO2), and the PCO2 were measured in 240 warmblooded horses at a mean barometric pressure of 757.8 mm Hg (739.4-775.6) at an altitude of 50 m above sea level; 23 had normal lung function, 93 had slight bronchitis, 66 moderate bronchitis, and 58 acute bronchitis. PCO2 values did no differ among the four groups.

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