arterial blood


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ar·te·ri·al blood

blood that is oxygenated in the lungs, found in the left chambers of the heart and in the arteries, and a relatively bright red.

ar·te·ri·al blood

(ahr-tēr'ē-ăl blŭd)
Blood that has been oxygenated in the lungs; found in the left chambers of the heart and in the arteries, and relatively bright red.

ar·te·ri·al blood

(ahr-tēr'ē-ăl blŭd)
Blood that is oxygenated in the lungs, found in the left chambers of the heart and in the arteries; colored a relatively bright red.
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Despite the impairment in cardiac autonomic modulation, no difference was found among the groups studied with regard to clinical arterial blood pressure.
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Correlation of simultaneously obtained capillary, venous and arterial blood gases of patients in a paediatric intensive care unit.
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In their study, the researchers found that the stiffer the brain arteries, the smaller the change in the arterial blood volume between the two cardiac phases.
Measurement of the amount of oxygen in arterial blood is an important parameter in assessing the respiratory status of acutely ill patients (St.
Arterial blood gas analysis on room air revealed the following: pH, 7.35; PaO [sub]2 , 56 mmHg; a PaCO [sub]2 , 59 mmHg; and bicarbonate (HCO [sub]3 ), 32.6 mmol/L.
These infants require an umbilical artery catheter to obtain arterial blood gas (ABG) every 30 minutes to 4 hours for accurate monitoring of gas exchange.