pco2 sensors in the body

Optical, chemical, and biochemical sensors in medicine | SPIE

probe to be placed either in contact with human skin or inside the body. optical sensors for the determination of glucose, pH, pO2 and pCO2

Potassium Channels in the Central Control of Breathing

PCO2/pH – are widely distributed throughout the brainstem (Bernard and The type I cells of the carotid body serve as the main sensors

Sensing Characteristics of the SnO2/ITO-Based pCO2 Sensor

Sensing Characteristics of the SnO2/ITO-Based pCO2 Sensor with Different Bicarbonate ConcentrationsChen, SzuPingChou, JungChuanSun, TaiPingHsiung, ShenKan

Optimization of a membrane compound sensor for subsea pCO2

Abstract The relative importance of neural, and some nonneural, mechanisms in the control of pineal hydroxyindole-O-methyltransferase (HIOMT) activity during

surface productivity and deep ocean particle flux at the

20151015-sensors, there is no or little data be- tween was calculated from the air–sea pCO2 differenceP., Pebody, C. A., Ruhl, H. A., Gooday

Sensors for detecting substances in bodily fluids

201322-body of literature regarding the development of electrochemical glucose sensors.Arterial blood gas values such as pO2, pCO2, and pH are t

IN VIVO Optical Chemical Sensors

fiber optic sensors as applied to biochemical measurements in living systems. pH, PCO2, glucose, and other chemicals found in body fluids are

Application and assessment of a membrane‐based pCO2 sensor

20141226- process, as well as changes in the wong environments of the sensor. 15 Application and assessment of a membrane-based pCO2 sensor un

Sunburst Sensors Ocean Acidification

pCO2 (partial pressure of carbon dioxide) and pH using our patented drift- Sunburst Sensors is proud to have recently won both purses of the Wendy

Resolution pH Measurements Using a Lab-on-Chip Sensor in

The pH sensor allowed 10 measurements h−1 with a precision of 0.001 The four variables of the carbonate system (DIC, TA, pCO2 and pH) were

In situ chemical pCO2 sensor with autonomous drifting buoy

In situ chemical pCO2 sensor with autonomous drifting buoy system. Kumiko Scott YOSHIYUKI NAKANO

Application and assessment of a membrane-based pCO2 sensor

ZP Jiang, DJ Hydes, SE Hartman - phys.ocean.dal.ca - 1 National Oceanography Centre Southampton, European Way, Southampton, UK

Catheter-type electrochemical sensors

said elongated body means having a first one sensors, and more particularly, to a catheter- pO2 and pCO2, are useful in determining

In situ calibration system for sensors located in a

calibrateable measuring instrument for a body and wherein the sensor is in communication with of O2 and CO2 (i.e., pO2 and pCO2)

Development electrochemical in-situ pH-pCO2-ORP sensor

The pH and pCO2 of seawater are an important factor that affects the In the field, the response speed of the developed pH sensor is 1 second

CONTINUOUS FIBEROPTIC PCO2 SENSOR YIELDS HIGHER INTRAMUCOSAL

CONTINUOUS FIBEROPTIC PCO2 SENSOR YIELDS HIGHER INTRAMUCOSAL PCO2 VALUES THAN INTERMITTENT GASTRIC TONOMETRY WITH SUPRACELIAC AORTIC CROSS-CLAMP IN HUMANS

Application # 2018/0247713. Intelligent Wearable Sensors for

2018830-Technologies are described for wearable sensor devices and associated analytic systems. Patient data may be collected from the wearable sens

Physiological Sensing of Carbon Dioxide/Bicarbonate/pH via

CO2 + H2O (1) Sensors 2011, 11 2113 CO2 + body Bicarbonate, calcium, & ATP HCO3- sensing sensing circulating PCO2 have not yet been

conductor /semiconductor junctions for chemical sensors -

Verlag 1993 Solid Ionic Conductor/Semiconductor Junctions for Chemical Sensors ( 1 ~Vo ,, 1 +BOH- PH20 Bco2 Pco2 "~ d- Boo 2 Pco2 ) (8)

of PCO2/pulse oximetry oxygen saturation ear sensor in an

Utilization of a new combined transcutaneous measurement of PCO2/pulse oximetry oxygen saturation ear sensor in an intensive care unit

Development and Assessment of an Underwater Sensor for the

Development and Assessment of an Underwater Sensor for the Measurement of Carbon Dioxide Partial Pressure (pCO2)Fietzek, Peer

Implantable Sensors | Request PDF

sensor systems can be included in the implants blood gas measurements (pH, pO2, and pCO2).functions of body parts in the anticipated manner

Study on the fabrication of a solid state pCO2 sensor based

Study on the fabrication of a solid state pCO2 sensor based on a SnO2 thin film() ,

experiments with micro pH, pCO2 and pressure sensors for

The in vivo and in vitro ivity and stability of intravascular ISFET sensors (pH, pCO2) and piezoresistive pressure sensors for an artificial heart

pCO2 recorded by a CARIOCA sensor in a temperate coastal

Diurnal to inter-annual dynamics of pCO2 recorded by a CARIOCA sensor in a temperate coastal ecosystem (2003–2009) Article in Marine Chemistry 126(1-4

The revised digital transcutaneous PCO2/SpO2 ear sensor is a

201062-The revised digital transcutaneous PCO2/SpO2 ear sensor is a reliable noninvasive monitoring tool in patients after cardiac surgery

Sensors having protective eluting coating and method therefor

An apparatus includes an implantable device, such as a chronically implantable device that has a device body. One or more chemical sensors are coupled

Electrochemical Sensors

sensing signal for continuous-use of the IL-EG and control of the glucose level in the body. (e.g., PO2, PCO2, pH, K+, Na+, glucose