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Table 1 Effect of shock on arterial blood gas analysis

From: The effect of shock duration on trauma-induced coagulopathy in a murine model

  V90 T90 TS30 TS90
pH 7.31 (7.20–7.34) 7.27 (7.15–7.31) 7.23 (7.21–7.28) 7.08 (7.01–7.31)
pCO2 (mmHg) 34.0 (32.7–49.1) 40.6 (31.2–48.4) 36.2 (25.7–39.4) 38.5 (30.1–51.7)
pO2 (mmHg) 158.7 (106.5–194.6) 168.7 (138.0–194.0) 195.9 (179.4–214.4) 182.9 (140.7–207.8)
HCO3 (mM) 17.4 (16.0–19.2) 16.9 (14.5–18.1) 15.2 (10.7–17.0) 13.7 (10.3–16.6)
sO2 (%) 98.0 (96.1–98.3) 97.7 (96.3–98.4) 98.0 (97.3–98.5) 96.8 (95.5–98.0)
Na+ (mM) 146.7 (143.1–147.4) 142.4 (141.8–144.8) 143.2 (140.1–144.0) 143.0 (140.8–143.6)
K+ (mM) 5.8 (5.5–6.4) 6.5 (6.4–7.0) 6.5 (6.2–6.9) 7.0 (5.8–8.1)
Ca2+ (mM) 0.96 (0.88–1.03) 1.01 (0.93–1.03) 1.12 (1.07–1.15) 1.10 (1.07–1.22)
Glucose (mM) 6.9 (6.1–9.4) 8.0 (6.3–10.8) 9.3 (8.0–11.2) 7.7 (5.4–10.6)
Lactate (mM) 3.54 (2.73–4.03) 3.46 (3.05–3.98) 4.48 (3.26–7.25) 6.14 (4.15–9.12)
  1. Data are presented as median with interquartile range. V90 = 90 min ventilation, T90 = trauma + 90 min ventilation, TS30 = trauma + 30 min shock, TS30 = trauma + 90 min shock