Timely regulated changes in oxygen partial pressure are important for placental formation. Disturbances could be responsible for pregnancy-related diseases like preeclampsia and intrauterine growth restriction. We aimed to (i) determine the effect of oxygen partial pressure on cytotrophoblast differentiation; (ii) measure mRNA expression and protein secretion from genes associated with placental angiogenesis; and (iii) determine the reversibility of these effects at different oxygen partial pressures. Term cytotrophoblasts were incubated at 21% and 2.5% O2 for 96 hr, or were switched between the two oxygen concentrations after 48 hr. Real-time PCR and enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISAs) were used to evaluate cell fusion and differentiation, measuring transcript levels for those genes involved in cell fusion and placental angiogenesis, including VEGF, PlGF, VEGFR1, sVEGFR1, sENG, INHA, and GCM1. Cytotrophoblasts underwent fusion and differentiation in 2.5% O2 . PlGF expression was ...
Oxygen partial pressure and temperature are measured in living tissue by inserting a thin probe into living tissue. The probe includes a plurality of spatially separated thermal sensors secured to the probe substrate. A plurality of oxygen sensors is positioned along the length of the probe substrate and each oxygen sensor is associated with and positioned adjacent to or is an integral part of one of the thermal sensors. Electrical parameters of the sensors located on the probe are measured and used to determine oxygen partial pressure and to determine temperature at each of a plurality of sites along the probe.
Oxygen concentration in tissues is a key factor for cell and organ survival. In normal conditions, partial oxygen pressure (pO2) results in the balance between oxygen delivery and its consumption. Oxygen is transported, in mammals, by circulating red blood cells. Partial oxygen pressure in tissues varies widely, depending on their respective metabolic requirements and their functional status. In normal physiological conditions, partial oxygen pressure is called physioxia. Any alteration of tissue environment leading to a decrease in partial oxygen pressure is called hypoxia ...
We studied photosensitization reaction progress in a cell culture well by oxygen partial pressure distribution measurement along the well depth direction with a high concentration of talaporfin sodium solution. The talaporfin sodium solution of 20 μg/ml in concentration with 2.8 mm thickness in the well was irradiated from the well bottom by 663 nm excitation laser with 0.29 W/cm2. A small Clark-type oxygen electrode was used to measure oxygen partial pressure during the photosensitization reaction with approximately 200 μm resolution. Corrections against solution temperature change and direct light irradiation were applied to the electrode output. The oxygen partial pressures at various depths were decreased uniformly from the atmospheric oxygen partial pressure with the photosensitization reaction progress up to the irradiation of 1.0 J/cm2 in radiant exposure. In the case of photosensitization reaction over 1.0 J/cm2 in radiant exposure, the oxygen partial pressure distribution along the ...
1. The intramuscular oxygen partial pressure (pO2) in human gastrocnemius muscle was monitored during exercise and compared with metabolite concentrations reflecting the energy and the redox state in the tissue. Ten normal subjects and ten patients with peripheral vascular occlusive disease were investigated. 2. In normal subjects the pO2 at the end of exercise was related to the intensity of the exercise, expressed as effect (J/s) per contraction. 3. In both patients and normal subject the pO2 was related to the [ATP]/[ADP] ratio, the [lactate/[pyruvate] ratio and the phosphocreatine concentration in the muscle tissue at rest and during exercise. 4. At each pO2 value, a lower [lactate/[pyruvate] ratio was found in the muscle tissue of the patients compared with that of normal subjects. This was interpreted as a beneficial effect of the higher oxidative-enzyme capacity in the muscle of the patients. 5. The results show the importance of pO2 for the regulation of the energy and the redox state of ...
Methods and apparatus for determining the difference between a regional CO2 partial pressure of a selected body organ of a mammalian subject, such as the gut, and a systemic CO2 partial pressure of the subject. The regional CO2 partial pressure value is tonometrically obtained at body temperature using a gaseous sampling medium. A systemic CO2 partial pressure value is obtained from the blood. The systemic CO2 partial pressure value can be that for the body temperature or for a standard temperature. If the systemic CO2 partial pressure value is that for the body temperature, the regional CO2 partial pressure value is compared to the systemic CO2 partial pressure value and the difference therebetween is provided as a CO2 partial pressure gap measurement. If the systemic CO2 partial pressure value is that for a standard temperature, one of the regional CO2 partial pressure value or the systemic CO2 partial pressure value is corrected for the difference between the body temperature and the standard
In what circumstance? In a gaseous mixture, the partial pressure of a gaseous component is the same as the pressure it would exert if that gas alone occupied the container. We are currently breathing air at 1 atm pressure. Given the normal composition of air, 78% dinitrogen, 21% dioxygen, 1% other gases, we can say quite categorically that the partial pressure of dioxygen in the atmosphere is approx. 0.2*atm, and the partial pressure of dinitrogen is approx. 0.8*atm. The total pressure is of course the sum of the individual partial pressures.
In the search for new materials potentially useful as SOFC components perovskite-like oxides of the Sr2EuNb1−xTixO6−δ series have been obtained, the solubility limit being ca. x = 0.15. Rietveld refinements of XRD data and SAED and HRTEM have demonstrated that these compounds are monoclinic with cell parameters a ≈ b = ap√2 ≈ 5.88 Å, c = 2ap ≈ 8.28 Å, and S.G. P21/n. As required for SOFC materials, these oxides are stable under a wide range of oxygen partial pressures from the ambient condition to pO2 ≈ 10−30 atm. Aliovalent substitution of Nb5+ by Ti4+ improves the electrical conductivity in air by two orders of magnitude for the end-member of the series (x = 0.15) compared with the parent material. Magnetic measurements, pO2 dependence of conductivity and ion-blocking measurements demonstrate that the predominant conduction mechanism depends on the oxygen partial pressure. In the high pO2 region (from 10−5 to 0.21 atm) p-type conduction is dominant due to the presence of ...
To determine the oxygen partial pressure distribution in at least one tissue surface section, a fluorescent dye is applied to the tissue surface section which, to generate fluorescence, is impinged by excitation light. In the rise phase of fluorescence, by means of a camera system at least one first fluorescence picture is taken, and in the fall phase of the fluorescence, at least one second fluorescence picture is taken. Subsequently, the fluorescence intensities in the rise phase and fall phase are determined on the basis of the first and second fluorescence pictures taken and by forming a ratio of the fluorescence intensities determined, the oxygen partial pressure distribution in the at least one tissue surface section is determined.
Chemistry-Physical chemistry: At a constant temperature, the amount of a given gas that dissolves in a given type and volume of liquid is directly proportional to the partial pressure of that gas in equilibrium with that liquid. Partial pressure of solute in Henrys law (given molar concentration of solute,Henrys law constant),
A partial pressure equation can be solved in more than one way. The total pressure is the sum of the partial pressures as shown in the following equation: Ptot = P1 + P2 + P3. If the components of a...
I believe in the last lecture Professor Lavelle said we can give an answer in partial pressure or concentration if the question does not specify, but if the question wants the Kc we need to give it in concentration, but we can use partial pressure to find the concentration with P=(conc) RT. Hope this helped ...
1. Identify the partial pressures of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the systemic circulation, pulmonary arteries, and the alveoli. 2. Identify the main volumes measured and their purpose in a spirometry.
Two gases are contained in gas bulbs connected by a valve. Gas A is present in a 56 L bulb at a pressure of 213 torr. Gas B exerts a pressure of 683 torr in a 74 L bulb. What is the partial pressure of gas B after they equilibrate ...
Might be a silly question, but will there ever be an instance where partial pressure is given for one part of a chemical equation then the concentration is given for another part? If so how would you solve for one or the other ...
The partial pressure formula is the product of the number of moles of a component of a substance divided by the total number of moles of the substance, multiplied by the barometric pressure. The...
Physiology Test Question - A higher numerical value of oxygen (O2) P50 indicates a higher hemoglobin affinity for O2. Note: O2 P50 is the oxygen partial pressure (PO2) at which 50% of hemoglobin molecules are saturated with O2.
Many reactive sputter deposition applications require high deposition rates. The primary limiting parameters in magnetron sputtering are the target power dissipation and sputtering yields of the target elements. In reactive deposition of oxides, the deposition rate is of particular interest due to the low sputtering yield of most commonly used oxides. Traditional high rate techniques rely on a feedback control of the oxygen partial pressure to prevent formation of oxide on the target and hence enable operation in the transition area. An alternative approach, based on target doping, is presented in this paper.By doping the sputtering target with heavy elements, it is possible to substantially enhance the sputtering yield and hence the deposition rate. Simulations of the partial sputtering yield values for aluminium from doped targets sputtered in reactive atmosphere have been carried out. The Monte Carlo based TRIDYN computer code has been used for simulations. The program has been used to find ...
across a greater parameter space. Furthermore, no single function fit the data best such that comparisons among studies could be problematic. The retention of an estimate of Pc in the context of our approach provides a means of comparing equivalent slopes among studies that have fit very different functions.. We chose a point (where dV/dP=m=0.065) on our function that best approximated the Pc estimated by the BSR approach. We chose this point so that future studies can provide estimates of oxygen tolerance that are comparable with traditional measures of Pc. In practice, we recommend that future studies that utilise the NLR approach present estimates of not only Pc, but also estimates of function parameters (i.e. estimates of a, b, c and d, as appropriate), as well as their associated error, as these values will allow comparisons across the entire range of oxygen partial pressures. Standardised estimates of parameters in selection in evolutionary biology have facilitated important insights from ...
Abstract] , [Full text] (PDF 152 KB). Variation of the Partial Pressure of CO2 in Surface Water from Kuroshio to Oyashio and the Relation between Environmental Factors and the Partial Pressure at 144°E off Sanriku, Northwestern North Pacific in May, 1997 ...
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Mizumura, K.; Sato, J.; Kumazawa, T., 1986: Continuous recording of arterial pressure and carbon dioxide partial pressure and pressure carbon dioxide partial pressure and ph of the cerebrospinal fluid during acute exposure to low oxygen and high carbon dioxide partial pressure environment in dogs
TY - JOUR. T1 - Distributions of Sn, Sb, and Bi between Ag-Pb alloy and PbO based melt at 1273 K. AU - Ueda, Shigeru. AU - Katsube, Ryo. AU - Yamaguchi, Katsunori. PY - 2009/7/1. Y1 - 2009/7/1. N2 - Distributions of Sn, Sb, and Bi between Ag-Pb alloy and PbO based melt were investigated at 1273 K. A chemical equilibrium technique was used in order to measure the distributions. The oxygen partial pressure equilibrated with the melts was measured by an EMF method. The distribution ratios were defined as the weight ratios of Sn, Sb, and Bi in PbO divided by those in the Ag-Pb phase. The obtained distribution ratios were plotted against the logarithm of the oxygen partial pressure. The plots showed that the distribution ratios of Sn, Sb, and Bi increased with an increase in the oxygen partial pressure. Taking the slope of these plots, the oxide forms of the minor elements dissolved in the PbO based melt could be estimated. Sn dissolves in PbO based melts as SnO2 in the oxygen partial pressure range, ...
According to Daltons Law of Partial Pressures P_(Total) = P_1 + P_2 + P_3 … According to Daltons Law, in a mixture of non-reacting gasses, the total pressure exerted is the sum of the partial pressures of the component gasses. In more complicated circumstances, equilibrium states come into effect, but fortunately for us, oxygen is non-reactive with water vapor. This being the case we wold simply add the partial pressure of the gas and the water vapor. P_(Total) = P_(O_2) + P_(H_2O) P_(Total) = 0.41 atm + 0.58 atm P_(Total) = 0.99 atm I hope this was beneficial. SMARTERTEACHER
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AbstractHypercapnia has been reported to play an active role in protection against organ injury. The aim of this study was to determine whether a higher level of partial pressure of arterial carbon dioxide (PaCO2) within the normal range in pediatric patients undergoing cardiac surgery had a similar organ-protective effect. From May 2017 to May 2018, 83 consecutive infant patients undergoing ventr...
If Pt is the total pressure of a gas mixture and n1, n2, etc. the mole fractions of its components, it follows that: Pt= Pt x (n1+ n2 + …) and Pt= Pt x n1+ Pt x n2 + … where Pt x n1, Pt x n2, etc. are the partial pressures of components 1, 2, etc. The equation above is another form of Daltons law. Water vapor is one of several gases that makes up air. For example if the total pressure of a system such as air at sea level is 1,013 kPa (or 29.9 inches of mercury), and that air is made up of Nitrogen, Oxygen, water vapor and other trace gases, each of those gases contributes to the total pressure of 1,013 kPa. The portion that is water vapor is called the partial pressure of water vapor. The partial pressure of water vapor is a key metric found as a component in the formulas that define all other humidity parameters. According to Daltons law, the total pressure of a gas mixture is equal to the sum of the partial pressures of its components. This means that the partial pressure of a component ...
A gas mixture used for anesthesia contains 2.83 mol oxygen, O₂, and 8.41 mol nitrous oxide, N₂O. The total pressure of the mixture is 192 kPa. a) What are the mole fractions of O₂ and N₂O? b) What are the partial pressures of O₂ and N₂O?
There is a clear rationale for using hyperthermia in cancer treatment. Treatment at temperatures between 40 and 44 C is cytotoxic for cells in an environment with a low pO2(oxygen partial pressure) and low pH, conditions that are found specifically within tumour tissue, due to insufficient blood perfusion. Under such conditions radiotherapy is less effective, and systemically applied cytotoxic agents will reach such areas in lower concentrations than in well perfused areas. Therefore, the addition of hyperthermia to radiotherapy or chemotherapy will result in at least an additive effect. Furthermore, the effects of both radiotherapy and many drugs are enhanced at an increased temperature. Hyperthermia can be applied by several methods: local hyperthermia by external or internal energy sources, regional hyperthermia by perfusion of organs or limbs, or by irrigation of body cavities, and whole body hyperthermia ...
A partial pressure sensor is disclosed which is suitable for determining the partial pressure of a gas or vapor in a thermally uncontrolled gas atmosphere over a large measurement range and with high measuring accuracy.
Aqueous solubility of CO2 is 24.8 ml of CO2 per liter at 273K and a CO2 partial pressure of 3.6 atm. What is the molarity of a saturated water solution when the CO2 is under its normal partial pressure... ...
Hypoxaemia is the reduction in the values for partial pressure of oxygen dissolved in arterial blood (PaO2) and arterial oxygen saturation (SaO2) (Pruitt).
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Also known as: WITH PaO2, Pao2., Pao2, Pao-2, PaO2=, PaO2., PaO2+, PaO2, PaO-2, Pa.O2, Pa-o2, Pa-O2, Pa O2, PAo2, PAO2., PAO2, PAO-2, PA O2, P-a O2, P-A-O2 ...
Background. There may be significant difference between measurement of end-tidal carbon dioxide partial pressure (PetCO(2)) and arterial carbon dioxide partial pressure (PaCO2) during one-lung ventilation with low tidal volume for thoracic surgeries. Transcutaneous carbon dioxide partial pressure (PtcCO(2)) monitoring can be used continuously to evaluate PaCO2 in a noninvasive fashion. In this study, we compared the accuracy between PetCO(2) and PtcCO(2) in predicting PaCO2 during prolonged one-lung ventilation with low tidal volume for thoracic surgeries.. Methods. Eighteen adult patients who underwent thoracic surgeries with one-lung ventilation longer than two hours were included in this study. Their PetCO(2), PtcCO(2), and PaCO2 values were collected at five time points before and during one-lung ventilation. Agreement among measures was evaluated by Bland-Altman analysis.. Results. Ninety sample sets were obtained. The bias and precision when PtcCO(2) and PaCO2 were compared were 4.1 +/- ...
Investigators evaluate the effect of patient position (Trendelenburg and reverse Trendelenburg) on arterial, end-tidal and transcutaneous carbon dioxide partial pressure in patients undergoing laparoscopic surgery. Arterial carbon dioxide partial pressure is assessed intermittently before, during, and after pneumoperitoneum. End-tidal and transcutaneous carbon dioxide partial pressure are continuously monitored ...
1. We studied the relationship between trans-cutaneous oxygen tension at the foot and local arteriovenous pressure difference in 15 normal men and women; arteriovenous pressure difference was varied by changing the height of the foot with respect to the heart and by applying external pressure to the foot.. 2. Control transcutaneous oxygen tension was 67 ± 9 sd mmHg (8.9 ± 1.2 kPa) at a control arteriovenous pressure difference of 80 ± 6 sd mmHg (10.6 ± 0.8 kPa).. 3. In every subject transcutaneous oxygen tension fell non-linearly with a decrease in arteriovenous pressure difference; transcutaneous oxygen tension was relatively insensitive to changes in arteriovenous pressure difference when arteriovenous pressure difference was high, but always fell sharply to zero at some positive arteriovenous pressure difference [range 13-34 mmHg (1.7-4.5 kPa)].. 4. An analysis of the data indicated that transcutaneous oxygen tension varied with arteriovenous pressure difference approximately as the ...
Following publication of our article in Critical Care [1], the following error was brought to our attention. The sentence that reads "The rise in carbon dioxide partial pressure also increases hemoglobin affinity for oxygen and may, therefore, decrease oxygen delivery" is incorrect. The words "increases" and "decrease" were reversed.. The correct sentence should read: "The rise in carbon dioxide partial pressure also decreases hemoglobin affinity for oxygen and may, therefore, increase oxygen delivery." The original article also unfortunately published with the incorrect cover date. This was published with a cover date December 2015 whereas this should have been January 2016. This has been updated. ...
The lack of subcutaneous partial pressure of oxygen (PO2) rise in response to high fraction of inspired oxygen (FiO2), called the oxygen challenge test (OCT), was associated with higher morbidity and mortality in human subjects. Patients had negative O2 challenge test results, indicating that flow-dependent O2 consumption might have been present. Recent reports using the noninvasive transcutaneous PO2 (PtO2) and transcutaneous partial pressure of carbon dioxide probes have observed a relationship between low oxygen challenge test values to mortality and organ failure. The OCT values provides an accessible noninvasive method of detecting early shock.. To date,these studies of OCT in the ICU patients are rarely. No one has quantified OCT to CI, DO2I ScvO2.. This study explored:. ...
J Appl Physiol 1(12):825-847 10. Schmidt M, Tachon G, Devilliers C et al (2013) Blood oxygenation and decarboxylation determinants during venovenous ECMO for respiratory failure in adults. Intensive Care Med 39(5):838-846 11. Guarracino F, Zangrillo A, Ruggeri L, Pieri M, Calabrò MG, Landoni G, Stefani M, Doroni L, Pappalardo F (2012) β-Blockers to optimize peripheral oxygenation during extracorporeal membrane oxygenation: a case series. Sidebotham D, McGeorge A, McGuinness S, Edwards M, Willcox T, Beca J (2010) Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation for treating severe cardiac and respiratory failure in adults: part 2-technical considerations. The oxygen partial pressure in the sweep gases is determined by the FiO2. The oxygen transfer through the ML is affected by the ventilation/perfusion matching, the hemoglobin concentration, and the transit time. When the oxygen partial pressure increases in the blood crossing the ML, hemoglobin becomes fully saturated, and little additional oxygen, the ...
The interface conductance of LaAlO3/SrTiO3 heterostructures was investigated under high temperature oxygen equilibrium. The dependence of the heterostructure’s conductance on oxygen partial pressure (from 10-22 to 1 bar) and temperature (800 to 1100 K) was compared to the characteristic of SrTiO3 single crystals, which is described in terms of a defect chemistry model. Up to 950 K the equilibrated heterostructures reveal an additional influence of a metallic-like conduction path with a very slight dependence on the oxygen partial pressure. Donor-type interface states which may result from either lattice distortions or A-site cation intermixing during processing are discussed as a possible origin for the exceptional interface conduction of LaAlO3/SrTiO3 heterostructures ...
The human pulmonary vasculature constricts in response to hypercapnia and hypoxia, with important consequences for homeostasis and adaptation. One function of these responses is to direct blood flow away from poorly-ventilated regions of the lung. In humans it is not known whether the stimuli of hypercapnia and hypoxia constrict the pulmonary blood vessels independently of each other or whether they act synergistically, such that the combination of hypercapnia and hypoxia is more effective than the sum of the responses to each stimulus on its own. We independently controlled the alveolar partial pressures of carbon dioxide (Paco 2) and oxygen (Pao 2) to examine their possible interaction on human pulmonary vasoconstriction. Nine volunteers each experienced sixteen possible combinations of four levels of Paco 2 (+6, +1, -4 and -9 mmHg, relative to baseline) with four levels of Pao 2 (175, 100, 75 and 50 mmHg). During each of these sixteen protocols Doppler echocardiography was used to evaluate cardiac
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Fig. 14-8]). · The flow and flux relations implies the following shunt equation: Eq. 14-9: Q° shunt/ Q° total = (CaO2 - Cc´02)/( Cv¯O2 - Cc´02). · The CO-Oxy-haemoglobin affinity equation: Eq. 14-10: CaCO/PaCO = 250* CaO2/PaO2. CO has a standard affinity for haemoglobin 250 times larger than that of oxygen for haemoglobin: CaCO/PaCO : CaO2/PaO2 = 250 : 1. · Daltons law states that the partial pressure or tension of a single gas in a mixture is equal to the product of the total pressure and the mole fraction (F). According to Daltons law the fraction of oxygen in the alveolar air (FAO2) is: Eq. 14-11: FAO2 = PAO2/(101.3 - 6.3) = PAO2/(760 - 47). With an alveolar partial pressure of oxygen (PAO2) of 13.3 kPa (or 100 mmHg), the FAO2 is 0.14. There is no interaction between gasses. · Henrys law states that the number of gas molecules dissolved in a fluid is directly proportional to the partial pressure of the gas in air above the fluid. According to Henrys law the concentration (C) of ...
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Physiology Test Question - The O2 P50 value of fetal hemoglobin is greater (in numerical value) than the O2 P50 value of meternal hemoglobin. Note: O2 P50 is the oxygen partial pressure (PO2) at which 50% of hemoglobin molecules are saturated with O2.
The apparatus described is able to measure three-dimensional temperature and partial pressure distributions in gas mixtures with a spatial resolution better than 0.5 mm. The measurements are performed in a well defined laminar gas flow in a duct of rectangular cross section. The gas mixture is sampled locally with a quartz tube orifice leak movable in three dimensions. Mass spectrometry is used for partial pressure measurements. The total pressure in the duct can be regulated in the range 50-760 Torr and the gas temperature can be varied between room temperature and 500 degrees C. The apparatus is primarily designed for studies of the distribution of reactants and products over catalytic surfaces. Because of the well defined gas flow in the duct the partial pressure distributions of reactants and products over the catalytic surface can be calculated with good accuracy. By comparing calculated pressure distributions to measured ones the local reaction rate on the catalytic surface as well as the ...
Two-phase layered scales comprising CoO and Co3O4formed on cobalt during oxidation at 600°, 700°, and 800°C and at oxygen partial pressures in the range 0.001-1 atm. The kinetics, which were...
Mixed venous oxygen tension is the amount of oxygen bound to hemoglobin as it returns to the right side of the heart after traveling to the tissues.. Decreased oxygen delivery to the tissues due to decreased cardiac output leads to the tissues extracting more oxygen from the passing RBCs than they normally would, which decreases the overall mixed venous oxygen tension.. ...