deoxygenated


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de·ox·y·gen·ate

 (dē-ŏk′sə-jə-nāt′)
tr.v. de·ox·y·gen·at·ed, de·ox·y·gen·at·ing, de·ox·y·gen·ates
To remove dissolved oxygen from (a liquid, such as water).

de·ox′y·gen·a′tion n.
Translations

deoxygenated

a. desoxigenado-a.
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as it causes the skin to turn bluish in color due to deoxygenated
A congenital heart defect, often called the 'blue baby syndrome' as it causes the skin to turn bluish in color due to deoxygenated blood in the baby's system.
A congenital heart defect, it is often called the 'blue baby syndrome' because it causes the skin to turn bluish in color as a result of deoxygenated blood in the baby's system.
A congenital heart defect, it is often called the 'blue baby syndrome' because it causes the skin to turn bluish in colour as a result of deoxygenated blood in the baby's system.
The variables evaluated by NIRS were oxygenated and deoxygenated Hb concentrations (oxi-Hb and deoxiHb, respectively).
The veins look blue because they contain deoxygenated blood on its way back to the lungs to be reoxygenated.
In addition, Mohammad's heart had a pulmonary stenosis where the exit point from his right ventricle was narrowed, hampering the circulation of deoxygenated blood.
The principle is based on the red an infrared light absorption characteristics of oxygenated and deoxygenated hemoglobin.
Hemocyanin turns blue when oxygenated (like copper rust) but is colorless/transparent in a deoxygenated state.
2] is the concentration of oxygenated hemoglobin and Hb is the concentration of deoxygenated hemoglobin [12].