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Research Article

Physiologic Responses to Infrarenal Aortic Cross-Clamping during Laparoscopic or Conventional Vascular Surgery in Experimental Animal Model: Comparative Study

Table 4

Acid-base balance in pigs anesthetized with sevoflurane, fentanyl, and vecuronium and undergoing aortic cross-clamping through laparotomy (Group I) or laparoscopy with (Group II) or without aortic cross-clamping (Group III).

pHCO3H- (mmol/L)
TimesGroup IGroup IIGroup IIIGroup IGroup IIGroup III

T2 × ×
T3 *† × ×
T4 *† × ×
T5 *† × ×
T6 × ×
T7 × ×

*Significant changes from baseline .
Significantly different from values for pigs undergoing laparoscopy and cross-clamping.
×Significantly different from values for pigs undergoing laparoscopy.

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