venous blood

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Related to venous blood: mixed venous blood, Venous Blood Gas, venous blood pressure
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Noun1.venous blood - blood found in the veinsvenous blood - blood found in the veins; "except in the pulmonary vein venous blood is rich in carbon dioxide and poor in oxygen"
blood - the fluid (red in vertebrates) that is pumped through the body by the heart and contains plasma, blood cells, and platelets; "blood carries oxygen and nutrients to the tissues and carries away waste products"; "the ancients believed that blood was the seat of the emotions"
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On average, every 37 seconds someone in the Western world dies from a venous blood clot, so it is important we understand the effectiveness and safety of available treatment options for these potentially life-threatening blood clots in real world patient populations, said XALIA Principal Investigator Professor Alexander G.
Averaging the results of the droplet tests could produce results that were on par with venous blood tests, but tests on six to nine drops blood were needed to achieve consistent results, the findings showed.
The stocking reduces the diameter of distended veins and causes an increase in venous blood flow velocity and valve effectiveness.
At all visits, peripheral venous blood was collected in sodium citrate tubes.
A study published in Circulation affirmed that regular intake of low-dose aspirin may help reduce the incidence of recurrent venous blood clots referred to as venous thromboembolism, as well as the risk of cardiovascular events.
Venous blood was aspirated and the guidewire was introduced smoothly.
FMRP immunoreactivity in venous blood smears was previously assessed in 18 of these FM females and was expressed as the percentage of lymphocytes staining positive for the protein (26, 27).
Chemokine assays were performed on maternal venous blood samples drawn at enrollment between 12 and 20 weeks' gestation and after supplementation at 34 to 36 weeks' gestation.
2] saturation measured on central venous blood, obtained using a distal lumen port off of a triple lumen catheter, which is blood returning to the right atrium via the super vena cava.
We compared the results of both sessions ("intersubject differences") and found a statistically significant difference between the venous blood amount (rHb) in both skin and subcutaneous tissue.
A baffle was surgically constructed within atria for directing systemic venous blood across the mitral valve into the left ventricle (systemic venous ventricle) and the pulmonary artery, and pulmonary venous blood across the tricuspid valve into right ventricle (pulmonary venous ventricle) and the aorta.
Hepatic ultrasonograph on the second day after admission showed totally reversed direction of portal venous blood flow away from the liver (Figure, panel A), becoming bidirectional on the following day and, finally, reverting to normal direction (although with low velocity) 3 days later (Figure, panel B).