blood and electroconductivity

Paul aureus at adelphia.net
Wed Mar 17 19:31:56 EST 1999


I could be way off of what you want, but blood gases are measured
electromagnetically.  The PCO2, PO2 and pH are all measured using electodes
and electric potential differences.  If you need info, I can dig out some
old pamphlets on the electrodes used in common analyzers.
george kendall wrote in message <7cn5ho$8hp at bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net>...
>is anyone aware of any research in this area? different blood types and
>electrochemical conductivity? and how about blood gases and blood
>properties?
>
>





More information about the Immuno mailing list