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Arun K. Gupta, Peter J. Hutchinson, Tim Fryer, Pippa G. Al-Rawi, Dot A. Parry, Pawan S. Minhas, Rupert Kett-White, Peter J. Kirkpatrick, Julian C. Mathews, Steve Downey, Franklin Aigbirhio, John Clark, John D. Pickard and David K. Menon

during normocapnia, which was 31.1 mm Hg. Comparison of PvO 2 and PbO 2 The values of PbO 2 were different from the derived values of PvO 2 in all cases, with the value of PvO 2 higher in all but one patient. This observation can be explained by considering the locations from which the two forms of data are measured. The PvO 2 is a measurement of O 2 tension in the end capillary, whereas PbO 2 is a measurement of tissue O 2 tension averaged over a volume of tissue that is still undetermined, but is likely to be a few cubic millimeters in size and