oxygenated blood


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oxygenated blood

Blood that has been exposed to oxygen in the lung; sometimes referred to as arteriolized blood.
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Oxygenated blood

Blood carrying oxygen through the body.
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The left atrium and left ventricle receive this oxygenated blood back from the lungs.
Blood pressure is literally the flow pressure in blood vessels, a complex network of arteries and veins feeding oxygenated blood to all of your body's organs.
The snake cinches a loop or two around the upper body of prey, pressing against its victim hard enough to starve organs of oxygenated blood.
All fish have two kinds of blood vessels in their gills--those carrying blood in from the body to pick up oxygen, and others carrying oxygenated blood back out to the body.
When used together, the two devices may increase the amount of oxygenated blood circulated through a patient s body during CPR.
The carotid arteries are two large blood vessels on either side of the neck that supply oxygenated blood to the brain.
The patent applies to the company's CD34 cell program, in which it is developing therapeutics to address ischemia, the process that occurs when the supply of oxygenated blood in the body is restricted.
The backflow leads to permanent damage to the testicular tissue due to the disruption of normal supply of oxygenated blood through the testicular artery.
Aerobic training sends oxygenated blood to muscles and improves circulation.
A The aorta is the largest artery in the body, and carries oxygenated blood and vital nutrients to all parts of the body.
The machine keeps the liver at body temperature and pumps oxygenated blood through its capillaries to keep it "fed".
By applying intense targeted pressure to knots, known as trigger points, it is claimed you can quickly relieve muscle tension and when the pressure is released, oxygenated blood will rush to the tissues and relieve the muscle contraction.