The change of oxygen consumption and oxygen delivery in patients undergoing heart surgery during perioperative period

Kadoi, Y.; Kawahara, F.; Fujita, N.

Masui. Japanese Journal of Anesthesiology 46(5): 674-678

1997


ISSN/ISBN: 0021-4892
PMID: 9185467
Accession: 009547842

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Abstract
We examined the changes of oxygen consumption (VO-2), oxygen delivery (DO-2) and VO-2/DO-2 in 38 patients undergoing cardiac surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) during perioperative period. There were no significant correlations between SVO-2 and cardiac index. The VO-2/DO-2 showed a good level at pre-CPB and 1 hour after CPB, but the value became deteriorated 4 and 12 hours after CPB. These data suggest that we should be careful about the oxygen debt in tissue 4 and 12 hours after CPB.