Tissue Oxygen

Tissue oxygen is a measure of the concentration of oxygen within a tissue, usually quantified as a partial pressure in mmHg.


The oxygen concentration in any tissue is the result of a number of factors in a chain of complex processes within the body. They include the concentration of oxygen in the air the animal is breathing, the effectiveness of gas exchange with the bloodstream in the lungs, the amount of oxygenated blood reaching the tissue in question as well as the rate at which the tissue is using up that oxygen. Often, this measurement is of interest in critical organs such as the brain or kidneys as it can provide vital information about their physiological function.

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