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Pleural fluid for pH testing should be collected anaerobically in a heparinized syringe and measured in a blood-gas machine. 3 Frank pus should not be sent for pH determination because thick, purulent fluid may clog the blood-gas machine. A low pleural fluid pH value has prognostic and therapeutic implications for patients with parapneumonic and malignant pleural effusions. A pH value less than in a patient with a parapneumonic effusion indicates the need to drain the fluid. 14 , 15 In a patient with malignant pleural effusion, a pleural fluid pH value less than is associated with a shorter survival and poorer response to chemical pleurodesis. 1 When a pleural fluid pH value is not available, a pleural fluid glucose concentration less than 60 mg per dL can be used to identify complicated parapneumonic effusions. 14

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