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transport

verb banish, bear, bring, carry, cart, consign, convey, deliver, deport, dispatch, drive out, exile, expel, extradite, fetch, imprison, move, ostracize, send, ship, take, tote, transfer, transmit, transmittere, transplant, transportare
Associated concepts: transport across state lines, transport contraband, transport illegal goods, transport in interstate commerce
See also: banish, carry, consign, convey, deliver, deport, expatriate, move, passion, relegate, transfer, transmit
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The group leverages over two decades of technology development in hydrogen and oxygen transport membranes from CoorsTek, Ceramatec, and Protia to support clean energy and chemical producers worldwide.
Haematocrit values and oxygen transport potential of blood of HIV patients on HAART were significantly lower compared to that of non-HIV individuals (p<0.
Cook and Knight (2003a, 2003b) showed that soil aeration was not simply related to the water content of the soil, a state variable, but was determined by oxygen transport and consumption rates.
It is important to understand the underlying physiology of oxygen transport and indicators of poor oxygen delivery to tissues to make best use of pulse oximetry in the clinical setting.
Effect of O/I Ratio on the Oxygen Transport in PET-Supported Hybrid Coatings
For example, the physiological contributors for arterial oxygen saturation are ventilation and gas exchange, for oxygen transport are hemoglobin and oxygen hemoglobin affinity, and for stroke volume are preload, after load and contractility.
Bench-to-bedside review: microvascular dysfunction in sepsis--hemodynamics, oxygen transport, and nitric oxide.
This article reviews the literature on depletion of nitric-oxide bioactivity in banked blood affecting vasodilation, blood flow, and oxygen transport to tissue, and elaborates on current research about the rejuvenation of donated banked blood by adding nitric oxide prior to transfusion.
7) Currently, other than a red cell transfusion, no available therapeutic measure offers the acutely anaemic patient an immediate and effective method of oxygen transport and delivery.
2) The literature presented in this article supports an unequivocal role for mobilizing patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) primarily as a way to optimize oxygen transport and reduce multisystem complications and secondarily, to maximize eventual functional capacity and return to independent community living.
Although iron is essential for oxygen transport and other vital functions, it also generates free radicals that can lead to oxidative damage, manifesting in conditions such as atherosclerosis, diabetes, or cancer.
Additionally, we'll look at excessive bleeding, insufficient amounts of vitamin B12 and chronic illness and how these can how these can affect oxygen transport.