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In-vitro and in-vivo comparative analysis of four tissue pH monitoring systems.

Muller P, Peura RA, Mendelson Y, Kun S, Dunn RM.

Biomed Instrum Technol. 1998 Nov-Dec;32(6):656-67.

PMID:
9883350
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Electrodes for 24 hours pH monitoring--a comparative study.

McLauchlan G, Rawlings JM, Lucas ML, McCloy RF, Crean GP, McColl KE.

Gut. 1987 Aug;28(8):935-9.

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The ion sensitive field effect transistor (ISFET) pH electrode: a new sensor for long term ambulatory pH monitoring.

Duroux P, Emde C, Bauerfeind P, Francis C, Grisel A, Thybaud L, Arstrong D, Depeursinge C, Blum AL.

Gut. 1991 Mar;32(3):240-5.

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Ambulatory oesophageal pH monitoring: a comparison between antimony, ISFET, and glass pH electrodes.

Hemmink GJ, Weusten BL, Oors J, Bredenoord AJ, Timmer R, Smout AJ.

Eur J Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2010 May;22(5):572-7. doi: 10.1097/MEG.0b013e328333139f.

PMID:
20009939
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A comparison of three electrodes for the measurement of pH in small volumes.

Smit A, Pollard M, Cleaton-Jones P, Preston A.

Caries Res. 1997;31(1):55-9.

PMID:
8955996
7.

Brain oxygen, CO2, pH, and temperature monitoring: evaluation in the feline brain.

Zauner A, Bullock R, Di X, Young HF.

Neurosurgery. 1995 Dec;37(6):1168-76; discussion 1176-7.

PMID:
8584158
8.

Basic principles of pH registration.

Emde C, Hopert R, Riecken EO.

Neth J Med. 1989 Mar;34 Suppl:S3-9.

PMID:
2725802
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Glass and antimony electrodes for long-term pH monitoring: a dynamic in vitro comparison.

Geus WP, Smout AJ, Kooiman JC, Lamers CB, Gues JW.

Eur J Gastroenterol Hepatol. 1995 Jan;7(1):29-35.

PMID:
7866807
11.

Glass and antimony electrodes for oesophageal pH monitoring in distressed infants: how different are they?

Vandenplas Y, Badriul H, Verghote M, Hauser B, Kaufman L.

Eur J Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2004 Nov;16(12):1325-30.

PMID:
15618840
12.

Catheter tip pH electrodes for continuous intravascular recording.

Cobbe SM, Poole-Wilson PA.

J Med Eng Technol. 1980 May;4(3):122-4.

PMID:
7401161
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Initial evaluation of a new intra-arterial blood gas system in humans.

Zimmerman JL, Dellinger RP.

Crit Care Med. 1993 Apr;21(4):495-500.

PMID:
8472566
14.

Multisite evaluation of a continuous intraarterial blood gas monitoring system.

Larson CP Jr, Vender J, Seiver A.

Anesthesiology. 1994 Sep;81(3):543-52.

PMID:
8092498
15.

Indwelling blood compatible chemical sensors.

Eberhart RC.

Surg Clin North Am. 1985 Aug;65(4):1025-40. Review.

PMID:
3901342
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Antimony and glass pH electrodes can be used interchangeably in 24-hour studies of gastric acidity.

Mela GS, Savarino V, Moretti M, Sumberaz A, Bonifacino G, Zentilin P, Caputo E, Villa G, Celle G.

Dig Dis Sci. 1990 Dec;35(12):1473-81.

PMID:
2253532
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Continuous tissue pH measurement in critically ill adults with a miniaturised glass electrode.

Rithalia SV, Hewer AJ, Tinker J, Herbert P.

J Biomed Eng. 1980 Apr;2(2):126-8.

PMID:
7374116
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Experimental and clinical use of pH monitoring of free tissue transfers.

Dunn RM, Kaplan IB, Mancoll J, Terzis JK, Trengove-Jones G.

Ann Plast Surg. 1993 Dec;31(6):539-45.

PMID:
8297086
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The current status of intrapartum continuous fetal tissue pH measurements.

Nickelsen C, Weber T.

J Perinat Med. 1991;19(1-2):87-92. Review.

PMID:
1870062

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