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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As the disease continues to evolve in the artery, the bypass graft continues delivering oxygenated blood to the heart muscle nourished by the artery.
Immediately after the coronary artery has been opened by PCI, SSO2 Therapy delivers a one-time, 60-minute infusion of the patient's super oxygenated blood to the targeted ischemic area of the heart through a small catheter.
The skin's natural glow due to the flow of oxygenated blood and nutrients is noticeable.
Mansoor is suffering from left ventricular failure of heart, whereby the oxygenated blood is not passed on to his body properly, and he had earlier requested Indian government to issue him a visa in order to travel to the country for LVAD (left ventricular assist device) implant surgery.
The baby had a very small aortic and pulmonary valve and aorta making it impossible for pure oxygenated blood to be pumped from the lungs to her body.
Each day 2,000 gallons of blood travel through the blood vessels to provide oxygenated blood to the body and remove waste materials, including carbon dioxide.
This helped surgeons locate and reconnect key blood vessels so that oxygenated blood can reach the new tissue and improve the outcome.
Dexter was treated last month at the Royal Veterinary College, where a heart bypass just like that used on humans was used to repair a badly malformed valve that was preventing oxygenated blood from flowing through his body.
This was the main oxygenated blood supply to the internal carotid artery, which forms a distinct groove leading to an opening where it entered the brain cavity."
There are two pumps: one uses arteries to push oxygenated blood from the heart to the rest of the body; the other pump uses veins to usher blood back to the heart and into the lungs to get re-oxygenated.
Your heart is part of your cardiovascular system, which also includes all of the arteries that transport oxygenated blood from your heart throughout your body, and the veins that transport blood back to your heart.
The infrared rays actually increase the body's core temperature so it helps to break down fat-soluble toxins, increase circulation and bring W[section] oxygenated blood throughout the body."