Development of an indirect calorimeter for use in infants and young children.
AffiliationNorth Western Medical Physics Department, Christie Hospital and Holt Radium Institute, Manchester, UK.
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AbstractA low cost, 'open-circuit', flow-through system, using a closely fitted facemask has been developed for the determination of oxygen consumption and carbon dioxide production in spontaneously breathing infants and children.
CitationDevelopment of an indirect calorimeter for use in infants and young children. 1991, 12 (4):343-51 Clin Phys Physiol Meas
JournalClinical Physics and Physiological Measurement
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