venous blood

  1. blood found in the veins
    except in the pulmonary vein venous blood is rich in carbon dioxide and poor in oxygen
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  • At the time of venous blood drawing, these individuals did not present the neurological and behavioral symptoms found in patients exposed to toxigenic molds.
  • My observation leads me to the contrary, that the higher the temperature the more rapid the breathing to get clear of the excess of carbon, and hence more oxygenation of the blood which will arterialize the venous blood, unless there is a large amount of carbonized matter from the tissues to be taken up. Scientific American Supplement, No. 275, April 9, 1881
  • Arterial and venous blood samples were obtained in standard heparinized blood sampling syringes after the cord had been doubly clamped.
  • Clearly, the thermistor in a pulmonary artery catheter that senses the temperature of mixed venous blood provides the best measurement of core body temperature.
  • When the muscles of the calves and thighs are in contraction, blood low in oxygen, what we call venous blood, is pumped through the leg muscle pump from the legs to the heart. Eye of the Storm
  • Conclusion: nursing interference can apparently reduce adverse reaction in venous blood collection and improve nursing satisfaction.
  • Venous blood would be collected by these cannulae and directed to the pump-oxygenator. Harvest
  • Arterial blood (arterialized venous blood in healthy subjects) was collected for the measurement of amino acid enrichment and concentrations. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition current issue
  • The heart is not quadrilocular (i.e., of four chambers), but trilocular (of three), and two structures, not seen in Lepus, the truncus arteriosus and the sinus venosus, into the latter of which the venous blood runs before entering the right auricle, are to be noted. Text Book of Biology, Part 1: Vertebrata
  • except in the pulmonary vein venous blood is rich in carbon dioxide and poor in oxygen
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