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Table 1 Comparison of baseline and end arterial blood gas parameters, and end values of lactate in the experimental groups

From: The effect of subdiaphragmatic vagotomy on heart rate variability and lung inflammation in rats with severe hemorrhagic shock

  Sham Vag SHS Vag + SHS
Start of experiment
pH 7.47  ±  0.00 7.46  ±  0.03 7.43  ±  0.00 7.45  ±  0.01
PaCO2 (mmHg) 30.67  ±  0.77 32.56  ±  1.14 34.55  ±  0.83 34.94  ±  0.95
PaO2 (mmHg) 63.75  ±  1.37 71.50  ±  4.50 65.00  ±  1.73 67.16  ±  3.29
HCO3−a (mmol/L) 22.60  ±  0.71 23.06  ±  1.01 24.31  ±  0.35 25.13  ±  0.34
BE − 0.32  ±  0.61 − 0.23  ±  1.32 0.58  ±  0.22 1.12  ±  0.60
End of experiment
pH 7.48  ±  0.00 7.48  ±  0.01 7.36  ±  0.02 # 7.29  ±  0.02 a
PaCO2 (mmHg) 29.15  ±  0.86 29.75  ±  1.08 23.52  ±  1.29 24.92  ±  1.05
PaO2 (mmHg) 63.50  ±  0.95 67.66  ±  0.88 62.57  ±  0.86 75.28  ±  2.35 b
HCO3 (mmol/L) 21.87  ±  0.98 22.73  ±  0.56 14.5  ±  0.54 # 12.55  ±  0.64 a
BE − 0.60  ±  0.94 − 0.17  ±  0.45 − 9.5  ±  0.85 # − 12.3  ±  1.01 a
Lactate (mmol/dL) 13.65  ±  2.23 12.1 2  ±  2.64 65.16  ±  9.53 # 89.98  ±  7.44 a
  1. Data are mean  ±  SE in the Sham (N  =  5), Vag (N  =  5), SHS (N  =  7), and Vag + SHS (N  =  8) groups. The comparison between groups was performed by analysis of variance ANOVA and unpaired student t-test. #P < 0.05, versus the Sham group; aP < 0.05, versus the Vag group; bP < 0.05, versus the SHS group