venous blood


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

ve·nous blood

blood which has passed through the capillaries of various tissues, except the lungs, and is found in the veins, the right chambers of the heart, and the pulmonary arteries; it is usually dark red as a result of a lower content of oxygen.

ve·nous blood

(vē'nŭs blŭd)
That which has passed through the capillaries of various tissues, except the lungs, and found in the veins, the right chambers of the heart, and the pulmonary arteries; usually dark red as a result of a lower oxygen content.

ve·nous blood

(vē'nŭs blŭd)
Blood that has passed through capillaries of various tissues, except the lungs, and is found in veins, right chambers of heart, and pulmonary arteries; usually dark red due to lower oxygen content.
References in periodicals archive ?
Clinicopathologic analysis of Passeriform venous blood reflects transitions in elevations and habitat.
A comparison between haematological parameters in 'capillary' and venous blood samples from hospitalized children aged 3 months to 14 years.
The carbon dioxide tension in the mixed venous blood entering the pulmonary capillaries is about 46 torr.
For measurement of VBG, venous blood samples were obtained with heparinized syringes (PICO70 Arterial Blood Sampler; Radiometer Medical AsP, Bronshoj, Denmark) as bedside in our ED and analyzed by bedside BGA (GASTAT-1800 series pH/Blood Gas Analyzer; Techno Medica, St.
Venous blood should not be collected into a capillary tube or a micro-tube.
Much of it is absorbed by tissue, bone and venous blood, but these amounts do not change dramatically over short periods of time.
Venous blood from orbits, inferior aspects of parietal and frontal lobes are drained into cavernous sinus.
(1,2) Traditionally, acid-base status is assessed with an arterial blood gas (ABG); however, venous blood samples are frequently taken for other reasons.
Abstract: To determine the effect of capture and restraint on hematologic, plasma biochemical, and venous blood gas values in Dalmatian pelicans (Pelecanus crispus), blood samples were collected and temperature and heart rate were recorded in 13 pelicans (5 males and 8 females) immediately after capture from a large field exhibit.
The finidngs of this investigation showed that there is high correlation of the pulpal blood group with venous blood. So the blood group of this population can determined from dental pulp.
M2 PHARMA-March 27, 2018-FDA Recommends Magellan Diagnostics' Lead Test Not be Used with Venous Blood
Distributed by Metro Drug Inc., they are used to collect venous blood.