Volatile organic compound profiles in outlet air from extracorporeal life-support devices differ from breath profiles in critically ill patients

    ERJ open research, Volume 5, Issue 2, 2019, Pages 00134-2018.

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    Abstract:

    This study suggests VOC analysis in the extracorporeal circulation is safe, and that VOCs of nonpulmonary origin can be measured in the breath and in the extracorporeal circulation of critically ill patients. For VOCs that did not correlate between the two measurement sites, the breath concentration was higher, suggesting pulmonary produc...More

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