Clinical Chemistry

Van Slyke Neill Gas Manometers

The copper solution is adjusted to give proportionate reductions with 0.12 to 0.4 mg. of dextrose. This covers the range of hypoglycemic and hyperglycemic bloods. But in extreme cases it is better to use 3 or 1 cc. of the filtrate, instead of 2 cc., adding water to the standard or to the unknown so as to equalize the concen- page 199 15. Van Slyke, D. D. and Neill, J. M. (1924) COMMENTARY TO The Determination of Gases in Blood and Other Solutions by Vacuum Extraction and Manometric Measurement....