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oxyhemoglobin

 [ok″se-he´mo-glo″bin]
hemoglobin combined with molecular oxygen, the form in which oxygen is transported in the blood.

ox·y·he·mo·glo·bin (HbO2),

(ok'sē-hē'mō-glō'bin),
Hemoglobin in combination with oxygen, the form of hemoglobin present in arterial blood, scarlet or bright red when dissolved in water.

oxyhemoglobin

/oxy·he·mo·glo·bin/ (-he″mo-glo´bin) hemoglobin that contains bound O2, a compound formed from hemoglobin on exposure to alveolar gas in the lungs.

oxyhemoglobin

(ŏk′sē-hē′mə-glō′bĭn)
n.
A bright-red chemical complex of hemoglobin and oxygen that transports oxygen to the tissues.

oxyhemoglobin

[ok′sēhē′məglō′bin, -hem′-]
Etymology: Gk, oxys + genein, to produce, haima, blood; L, globus, ball
hemoglobin that is transporting bound oxygen. Also spelled oxyhaemoglobin.

ox·y·he·mo·glo·bin

(ok'sē-hē'mŏ-glō'bin)
Hemoglobin in combination with oxygen; the form of hemoglobin present in arterial blood, scarlet or bright red when dissolved in water.
Synonym(s): oxyhaemoglobin.

ox·y·he·mo·glo·bin

(ok'sē-hē'mŏ-glō'bin)
Hemoglobin in combination with oxygen; the form of hemoglobin present in arterial blood.
Synonym(s): oxyhaemoglobin.

oxyhemoglobin (ok´sēhē´mōglō´bin),

n a compound of hemoglobin with two atoms of oxygen.

oxyhemoglobin

hemoglobin combined with molecular oxygen, the form in which oxygen is transported in the blood. See also hemoglobin.

oxyhemoglobin dissociation curve
see hemoglobin-oxygen dissociation curve.
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That means that the ratio between oxyhemoglobin (molecule that transfers oxygen) and deoxyhemoglobin (molecule that transfers carbon dioxide) in that particular area changes.
Because the light absorbance and extinction coefficients of oxyhemoglobin and deoxyhemoglohbin are different, Beer's law may be used to quantify the relative concentrations of each in human tissue.
Impact of oxyhemoglobin dissociation curve Hypoxemic patients at baseline (as measured by PaO2) are more likely to drop their SaO2 with hypoventilation during sleep, compared to normoxic patients at baseline due to the effect of the oxyhemoglobin dissociation curve 23.