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arterialize

(är-tîr′ē-ə-līz′)
tr.v. arterial·ized, arterial·izing, arterial·izes
To convert (venous blood) into bright red arterial blood by absorption of oxygen in the lungs.

ar·te′ri·al·i·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
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To determine the accumulation of BLa and BGL 20 [micro]l arterialized blood was drawn at rest, as well as in 1 min intervals for 10 min after each sprint test.
One staged arterialized nasolabial island flap for floor of mouth reconstruction.
Fitting, "Differences in P[O.sub.2] and PC[O.sub.2] between arterial and arterialized earlobe samples," European Respiratory Journal, vol.
The following parameters were registered in all patients: age, sex, postbronchodilator FE[V.sub.1], GOLD stages, smoking history, sublingual PC[O.sub.2] ([P.sub.sl]C[O.sub.2]), value of arterialized capillary blood gas analysis ([P.sub.c][O.sub.2], [P.sub.c]C[O.sub.2], pH), andbodymass index [21].
Arterialized capillary sampling using histamine iontophoresis.
Arterialized blood glucose was determined every 5 min using a Beckman Glucose Analyzer (Fullerton, CA).
The feeding artery will demonstrate a high-velocity, low-resistance waveform and the draining vein may show pulsatile, arterialized flow.
At 0630 h after an overnight fast of 10 h, an intravenous catheter (Jelco, 22G, Medex Medical Ltd, Lancashire, UK) was inserted, under sterile precautions, into the antecubital vein for infusion of insulin and 25 per cent dextrose solutions, while another catheter was inserted in an anti-flow direction into the dorsal vein of the contra lateral hand for arterialized blood sampling (using a warm box into which the hand was placed, maintained between 60 and 65[degrees]C).
(13.) Henderson VJ, Cohen RG, Scott Mitchell R, Kosek JC, Miller DC, Biochemical (functional) adaptation of "arterialized" vein grafts.
Several studies of healthy individuals have defined reference ranges for capillary blood pH,pC[O.sub.2], and p[O.sub.2](11,12) The results of at least one(11) demonstrate that for healthy adults, sampling "arterialized" capillary blood provides results that are not significantly different from those obtained from arterial blood (see Table 1).
Further, 8 minutes after the exercise was completed, an arterialized fingertip blood sample was taken and lactate was measured.