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GasSoly2017

Equations and Data for O2 and CO2 solubility in water, normal saline, human & Ox plasma. This model uses individual fit data to express the O2 and CO2 solubility in various biological solutions. Please refer to the Notes tab for further details on the model and files.

Model number: 0397

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Description

  Calculates the oxygen and carbon dioxide solubility across a physiolgical
  range of temperatures through various media (water, 155 mM normal saline,
  human & Ox plasma. 

  O2 = AO2 *exp(-O2k1 *t) + BO2 *exp(-O2k2 *t).
  CO2= ACO2*exp(-CO2k1*t) + BCO2*exp(-CO2k2*t).

Equations

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References

 Christmas KM and Bassingthwaighte JB. Equations for O2 and CO2 solubilities 
  in saline and plasma: Combining temperature and density dependences. 
  J Appl Physiol 122: 1313-1320, 2017.

 The data for gas solubility in water, plasma, and saline was found in the 
 following book. Specific locations for each dataset can be found below:

 Katz DD, Altman PL, National Research C, and Federation of American Societies
 for Experimental B. Respiration and circulation, compiled and edited by 
 Philip L. Altman and Dorothy S. Dittmer. Prepared under the auspices of the 
 Committee on Biological Handbooks. Bethesda, Md.: Federation of American
 Societies for Experimental Biology, 1971, p. 16-18.

 Specifically pulled from:
 (Oxygen and carbon dioxide solubility in water)
 Hodgman, C. D., et al., ed. 1952. Handbook of Chemistry and Physics. Ed. 34.
    Chemical Rubber, Cleveland. P. 1532.

 Benson BB, Krause D, and Peterson MA. J. Sol. Chem. 8(9): 655-690, 1979.

 (Oxygen solubility in 155 normal saline)                    
 Sendroy, J., Jr., et al. 1934. J. Biol. Chem. 105:597.

 (Carbon dioxide solubility for 155 normal saline)
 Van Slyke, D. D., et al. 1928 J. Biol. Chem. 78:765.

 (Oxygen solubility in Human plasma)
 Christoforides, C., and J. Hedley-Whyte. 1969 J. Appl. Physiol. 26(1):56.

 (Carbon dioxide solubility in Ox plasma)
 Barels, H., and R. Wrbitzky. 1960. Fluegers Arch. Gesamte Physiol. Menschen 
    Tiere 271:162.

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Key Terms

Oxygen, CO2, solubility, plasma, saline, Publication, Data, Cardiac grid

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Acknowledgements

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The National Simulation Resource, Director J. B. Bassingthwaighte, Department of Bioengineering, University of Washington, Seattle WA 98195-5061.

[This page was last modified 14Mar18, 3:17 pm.]

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