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Table 2 Systemic CO2 production and venoarterial PCO2 differences in hemorrhage/retransfusion (H/R) and sham groups

From: Systemic and microcirculatory effects of blood transfusion in experimental hemorrhagic shock

    Hemorrhage Retransfusion
   Baseline 30′ 60′ 90′ 2′ 30′ 60′
CO2 production (mL min−1 kg−1) H/R 4.5 [4.2–5.0] 4.1 [3.6–5.3] 4.3 [3.8–4.8] 3.6 [3.0–4.4]*† 6.2 [5.0–7.5]*† 4.7 [4.2–6.4] 4.7 [4.0–5.3]
Sham 4.9 [4.5–5.4] 4.8 [4.7–5.8] 4.9 [4.4–6.0] 4.8 [4.5–5.3] 4.8 [4.5–5.4] 4.8 [4.3–5.8] 4.5 [4.3–5.9]
Mixed venoarterial PCO2 (mmHg) H/R 6 [5–7]† 10 [7–12]* 11 [9–12]*† 16 [14–20]*† 9 [4–12] 8 [6–10] 8 [7–10]
Sham 8 [7–10] 7 [6–8] 6 [6–8] 6 [6–8] 7 [6–8] 7 [6–8] 6 [5–7]
Mesenteric venoarterial PCO2 (mmHg) H/R 5 [5–6] 8 [8–10]*† 11 [10–12]*† 15 [12–22]*† 6 [4–13] 6 [5–11] 6 [5–7]
Sham 6 [4–12] 5 [4–6] 6 [5–7] 6 [5–7] 6 [5–7] 6 [4–9] 5 [4–7]
  1. Data are shown as median [percentile 0.25–0.75]
  2. *P < 0.05 vs. basal; †P < 0.05 vs. sham