Blood gas values in venous blood
of captive hunting falcons in the United Arab Emirates.
Measurement of the Scv[O.sub.2] is performed on a venous blood
gas from the distal port of the central venous catheter.
Oxygenated venous blood
returns to the left atrium and left ventricle; however, this blood is continuously routed to the pulmonary vasculature through the pulmonary artery arising from the left ventricle.
On the composition of capillary and venous blood
We analyzed venous blood
(500 [micro]L) from discarded samples obtained with butterflies on 32 newborn infants with postnatal age <1 month picked at random from the NICU and collected in heparinized tubes (<50 kN/L); whole blood samples (95 and 200 [micro]L) were analyzed simultaneously on the i-STAT and ABL, respectively, and supernatant (40 [micro]L) was analyzed on the Vitros.
Metabolically produced C[O.sub.2] leaving the mixed venous blood
in the pulmonary capillaries produces an alveolar carbon dioxide tension ([P.sub.A][O.sub.2]) of 40 torr.
'Long distance travel may lead to conditions like dehydration, leg cramps, electrolyte imbalance, fatigue, motion sickness and fluid shifting due to venous blood
pooling that can precipitate a CVD,' Deepak Khurana, senior cardiac surgeon at Yatharth Hospital in Noida, told IANS.
Based in Tel Aviv, Israel, Sight Diagnostics is a cutting-edge company that provides patients with affordable, lab-grade complete blood count (CBC) test results in minutes rather than days by combining advanced image processing with artificial intelligence, analysing blood samples taken by finger prick rather than by venous blood
This retrospective study was conducted with patients who were admitted to the ED of a training and research hospital and who had venous blood
gases (VBG) and routine laboratory results obtained at the same time between January 2016 and March 2016.
I said, "Started putting venous blood
into a capillary container." "Oh, they don't," answered the phlebotomist, "I am just trying to get some blood."