venous blood

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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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08 - although a sample of arterial blood was drawn rather than the venous blood required by state law, Barshop had said previously.
One difficulty with screening programs is that the blood sample must be venous blood.
which pumps venous blood into the pulmonary arteries.
A common right-to-left shunt can allow venous blood, unfiltered and unmanaged by the lungs, to enter the arterial circulation of the brain, possibly triggering a cerebral event or brain attack.
Contract award notice: Supply of vacuum products for the collection and collection of venous blood and for the collection of urine (
In comparison, core lab testing using arterial or venous blood involves a higher degree of complexity, along with the requirement that testing be performed by appropriately trained, qualified personnel.
After 14 hours of fasting 5 ml of venous blood was drawn for Cholesterol and HDL levels, laboratory tests were performed on COBAS c III (ROCHE).
Venous blood gas partial pressures, pH, bicarbonate and lactate concentrations, packed cell volume, white blood cell differential counts, and heterophil/lymphocyte ratios were measured from mourning doves (Zenaida macroura), boat-tailed grackles (Quiscalus major), and house sparrows (.
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 clots include deep vein thromboses (DVT) in the deep veins of the leg and other areas of the body, and pulmonary embolism, a life-threatening condition in which a clot breaks free and becomes lodged in a vein of the lungs.
Results from cerebral oxygen saturation on 23 patients and 202 paired measurements of rSO2 from O3 regional oximetry and reference arterial and venous blood samples showed that O3 regional oximetry had a 4.