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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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Arterialized capillary blood sampling in the neonate: a reappraisal.
Subsequent glucose infusion rates were based on arterialized plasma glucose values obtained every 5 min.
Blood gas estimations from arterialized capillary blood versus arterial puncture: are they different?
Further, 8 minutes after exercise ended, lactic acid was sampled from arterialized blood in the fingertip and the change in lactic acid was used to measure aerobic fitness.
If clinical experience eventually proves otherwise, it will be necessary to place a covered stent as a permanent conduit within the arterialized vein, Dr.
Measurements of arterial (or arterialized, as there is little difference in values obtained by the two methods [5]) rather than venous samples may therefore be a more sensitive method of detecting plasma catecholamine differences between normotensive and hypertensive subjects [6].
The feeding artery will show a high-velocity, low-resistance waveform, and the draining vein may show pulsatile, arterialized flow (34) (Figure 14).
A: Arterialized capillary blood is sometimes an acceptable alternative to arterial blood when blood losses must be minimized, when an arterial cannula is not available, or when repeated arterial puncture must be avoided.
Arterialized sinusoids, lined by CD34-positive endothelial cells, may be equivalent to "capillarization," as described by Schaffner and Popper and others.
A carmula was placed each morning retrogradely into a vein draining a heated hand to provide arterialized blood.
After laminectomy at the appropriate level, the dura was opened and, under the operating microscope, the enlarged vein filled with arterialized blood which bridged the subarachnoid space from the dura to the coronal venous plexus was coagulated and divided.
Single-stage reconstruction of soft-tissue defects including the Achilles tendon using the dorsalis pedis arterialized flap along with the extensor digitorum brevis as bridge graft.