Astrup's micro method
An indirect method for measuring the acid-base status of the blood.
An indirect (interpolation) method for measuring the acid-base status of the blood. Only three drops of blood are necessary for determining several parameters, like pH and pCO2, etc.
- Astrup, K. Jørgensen, O. S. Andersen, K. Engl:
The acid-base metabolism, a new approach.
Lancet, London, 1960, I: 1035-1039.
- P. Astrup, K. Jørgensen, O. S. Andersen, K. Engl:
A micromethod for determination of pH, carbon dioxide tension, base excess and standard bicarbonate in capillary blood.
The Scandinavian Journal of Clinical and Laboratory Investigation, Oxford, 1960; 12: 172-176.
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