Key messages

• Monitoring increases in tissue CO2 concentration is useful in establishing the adequacy of aerobic metabolism in the clinical setting.

• Gastrointestinal tonometry is a useful indicator of morbidity and mortality after major surgery and during critical illness.

• Resuscitation guided by pHi may improve outcome in patients admitted to the intensive care unit with normal pHi.

• Air tonometry in conjunction with infrared capnometry obviates the use of blood gas analyzers and markedly decreases the opportunities to introduce errors in the measurement.

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