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Table 1 Arterial pH, blood gases, and blood glucose concentration of guinea pigs

From: Resuscitation with macromolecular superoxide dismutase/catalase mimetic polynitroxylated PEGylated hemoglobin offers neuroprotection in guinea pigs after traumatic brain injury combined with hemorrhage shock

ParameterEnd surgery1 h2 h3 h
pH
 Sham7.18 ± 0.077.33 ± 0.03*7.32 ± 0.04*7.30 ± 0.02*
 TBI + HS + LR7.20 ± 0.057.41 ± 0.047.43 ± 0.077.39 ± 0.03
 TBI + HS + PNPH7.21 ± 0.057.39 ± 0.027.42 ± 0.047.40 ± 0.04
PCO2 (mmHg)
 Sham42 ± 432 ± 230 ± 332 ± 3
 TBI + HS + LR45 ± 830 ± 328 ± 630 ± 3
 TBI + HS + PNPH45 ± 731 ± 432 ± 432 ± 2
PO2 (mmHg)
 Sham79 ± 19*109 ± 8106 ± 789 ± 11
 TBI + HS + LR159 ± 68108 ± 16116 ± 13108 ± 15
 TBI + HS + PNPH188 ± 104109 ± 27126 ± 22111 ± 24
Glucose (mg/dL)
 Sham145 ± 14886 ± 3477 ± 1884 ± 20
 TBI + HS + LR149 ± 107111 ± 43105 ± 24108 ± 30
 TBI + HS + PNPH162 ± 46114 ± 4796 ± 4290 ± 29
  1. HS hemorrhagic shock, LR lactated Ringer’s solution, PCO2 partial pressure of carbon dioxide, PNPH polynitroxylated PEGylated hemoglobin, PO2 partial pressure of oxygen, TBI traumatic brain injury. *P < 0.05 versus TBI + HS + LR and versus TBI + HS + PNPH