February 1990, Volume 40, Issue 2

Editorial

PULSE OXIMETRY

Nasir Khan Jakhrani

Tissue hypoxia is one of the major causes of death in most humans undergoing anaesthesia. Among the causes of tissue hypoxia is a failure of oxygen delivery, which depends on the oxygen supply, lung function and cardiac output. It is directly related to oxygen capacity and affinit

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