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 blood flows to what had been downstream of the clot, an area that is being deprived of oxygenated blood.
Finally, the heart-lung machine pumps the newly oxygenated blood back into the patient through a tube connected to the arterial circulation.
Specialists from Oxford and Houston embedded the thumb-sized pump in his main heart chamber to pump freshly oxygenated blood around the body at the same rate of a healthy person.
If it was still alive, you could see the red oxygenated blood running through it.
The latest progress was made possible by using CardiacAssist's TandemHeart(R) PTVA(R) System, a percutaneous left ventricular assist device (LVAD) that helps to unload the beating heart and assures continuous, naturally oxygenated blood circulation through a simple trans-septal catheterization procedure.
These effects could spell bad news for someone with established atherosclerosis as the narrowing could prevent vital oxygenated blood from reaching the heart muscle, leading to a heart attack.
Sir Roger's syncope happened when his heart failed to pump enough oxygenated blood to his brain.
After a while, the heart may become immune to these signals and fail to speed up, even when the body requires lots of oxygenated blood, as during exercise, Lauer says.
When you elevate your heart rate, you are pumping more oxygenated blood to your muscles.
Stricken with this chaotic rhythm, the heart cannot effectively pump oxygenated blood to the brain and other vital organs throughout the body.
Under normal circumstances the heart and liver problems would have killed her at birth, but the hole in her heart had kept her alive by circulating oxygenated blood around her body.
Finally, the heart-lung machine pumps the oxygenated blood back into the patient through a tube connected to the arterial circulation.