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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Patients with this condition tire very easily, as the heart over-exerts itself trying to get oxygenated blood throughout the body.
The hole causes oxygenated blood to flow from the higher pressure left side of the heart to the right side, where it mixes with poorly oxygenated blood.
This membrane had been located near the valves that allow blood flow to the aorta, the main vessel which supplies oxygenated blood to the entire body.
Because, exercise works both the muscle of the heart when it functions as a pump, and the blood vessels of the heart, which carry oxygenated blood through the entire body.
The mechanism kept the donor's oxygenated blood flowing through their body after their heart stopped beating - allowing the organs to stay healthier and increasing the chances of a successful transplant.
After leaving the chamber, the blood capillaries open up and allow four times the normal flow of oxygenated blood back through the body - a process which accelerates recovery from injury.
The lower left chamber of the heart (left ventricle) is responsible for pumping oxygenated blood into the circulation.
There is also a hole in the partition between the left side of the heart, which pumps deoxygenated blue blood around the body, and the right side, which sends red oxygenated blood out.
Heart attacks occur when the flow of oxygenated blood to the heart is interrupted.
Amy was born with transposition of the great arteries (TGA), which meant her heart's pulmonary artery and aorta were in the wrong place and oxygenated blood could not circulate correctly.
All patients had at least an 80 percent blockage in one of the branches of this artery, which carries freshly oxygenated blood from the heart.
Standard coronary artery bypass surgery is performed by causing the heart to arrest and supporting the vital organs of the body by pumping oxygenated blood from the heart-lung machine into the patient.