Chemistry: analytical and immunological testing – Composition for standardization – calibration – simulation,... – Blood gas standard or control
128633, 128634, 422 8206, 436 8, 436172, G01N 2100
A precalibrated sensing system for determining a blood parameter such as the partial pressures of oxygen (pO.sub.2) and carbon dioxide (pCO.sub.2), and the negative logarithm of hydrogen ion activity (pH). A dry sensor is provided which may be calibrated in the factory, packaged, sterilized and stored, without requiring recalibration prior to use.
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Hauenstein Bennett L.
Nestor James R.
C.R. Bard Inc.
Johnston Jill A.
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