publication . Article . 1988

A comparison of pO2, pCO2, pH and bicarbonate in blood from the carotid and coccygeal arteries of calves

Pascal Gustin; A. de Groote; A. R. Dhem; M. Bakima; Fernand Lomba; Pierre Lekeux;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 1988 Journal: Veterinary Research Communications, volume 12, pages 343-346 (issn: 0165-7380, eissn: 1573-7446, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Springer Science and Business Media LLC
  • Country: Belgium
Abstract
A technique is described for the subcutaneous deviation of the carotid artery into the jugular groove of calves weighing between 90 and 200 kg. This makes sampling arterial blood or chronic cannulation for further experimentation very easy. Values of oxygen tension, carbon dioxide tension, pH and bicarbonate concentration in blood sampled from the ventral coccygeal artery were compared with the values obtained in blood from carotid artery puncture. The high correlations observed indicate that blood samples from the ventral coccygeal artery can be used for measurement of blood gases and pH in calves. Peer reviewed
Subjects
free text keywords: General Veterinary, General Medicine, Carotid, coccygeal, arteries, calves, Life sciences, Veterinary medicine & animal health, Sciences du vivant, Médecine vétérinaire & santé animale, : Veterinary medicine & animal health [Life sciences], : Médecine vétérinaire & santé animale [Sciences du vivant], Coccygeal artery, pCO2, Oxygen tension, Medicine, business.industry, business, Anatomy, Carotid arteries, Arterial blood, Anesthesia, Bicarbonate, chemistry.chemical_compound, chemistry
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