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From: Hypoxia following etorphine administration in goats (Capra hircus) results more from pulmonary hypertension than from hypoventilation

Figure 4

Mean arterial partial pressure of oxygen (PaO2) vs. mean ventilation (A, r 2= 0.7, P= 0.16), mean arterial partial pressure of oxygen (PaO2) vs. mean global ventilation perfusion ratio (B, r 2= 0.92, P= 0.04, y= 21 x+ 3.6), mean alveolar-arterial oxygen partial pressure gradient vs. mean of mean pulmonary artery pressure (C, r 2= 0.97, P= 0.017, y= 1.3 x+ 8.9), mean alveolar-arterial oxygen partial pressure gradient vs. mean pulmonary vascular resistance (D, r 2= 0.95, P= 0.024, y= 11.9 x – 6.5), mean pulmonary artery pressure vs. mean pulmonary artery wedge pressure (E, r 2= 0.77, P= 0.004, y= 1.5 x+ 8.4), mean pulmonary artery pressure vs. cardiac output (F, r 2= 0.47, P= 0.003, y= 9.5 x – 17.2). Data were averaged for 12 goats and r is Pearson’s correlation coefficient.

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