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Studies were made to ascertain the influence of maternal ventilation on foetal oxygen tension and acid-base status during Caesarean section under general anaesthesia. The anaesthetic technique of nitrous oxide, muscle rclaxants and mechanical ventilation was used. In the first group of 15 cases using this technique, maternal respiratory alkalaemia as the result of hyperventilation was observed. In the second group of 23 cases using a similar technique, in which 2% carbon dioxide was added todoi:10.1097/00132586-197308000-00052 fatcat:wk7oxzveynblzcd2y5xyyeey3u