normoxia

nor·mox·i·a

(nōr-mok'sē-ă),
A state in which the partial pressure of oxygen in the inspired gas is equal to that of air at sea level.
[normo- + oxygen]

normoxia

[nôrmok′sē·ə]
an ambient oxygen pressure of about 150 (plus or minus 10) torr or the partial pressure of oxygen in atmospheric air at sea level.

normoxia

A state of oxygen normalcy; normal levels of oxygen in tissue or blood.
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