Biology | Chemistry
The method of electrochemical pretreatment of platinum electrode with the goal of standardizing the initial state of electrode surface and its open-circuit potential (OCP) in the blood and other biological media is proposed. The platinum electrode potential is measured in 0.14 M Na2SO4 aqueous solution, in the blood and blood plasma and serum. By the examples of OCP measured in the blood serum of patients with acute poisoning, acute cerebral pathology and patients treated by the method of hyperbaric oxygenation, it was found that the values of blood serum OCP were different for studied pathological states and healthy people.
Khubutiya, Mogely; Evseev, Anatoly K.; Kolesnikov, Vladimir; Goldin, Mikhail M.; Davydov, Alexei; Volkov, Alexander; and Stepanov, Andrey, "Measurements of Platinum Electrode Potential in Blood and Blood Plasma and Serum" (2010). Faculty Publications and Presentations. 112.