oxygen deficit


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Noun1.oxygen deficit - temporary oxygen shortage in cells resulting from strenuous exercise
deficit, shortage, shortfall - the property of being an amount by which something is less than expected or required; "new blood vessels bud out from the already dilated vascular bed to make up the nutritional deficit"
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After a fight, a sailfish is usually fighting an oxygen deficit and is in danger of reaching the "point of no return," said Eric Prince, a retired NOAA Fisheries billfish researcher.
Heart failure -> oxygen deficit to tissues and fluid buildup in them
A persistently normal ScvO [sub]2 and decreasing serum lactate concentration normally reflects a resolving oxygen deficit, and that any oxygen debt is being repaid.
2]max and the oxygen deficit to suss out what separates champs from near-misses while introducing a roster of entertaining characters: a Soviet hammer-throw guru, a Wall Street analyst turned cycling star, and even a British physiologist pursuing hyperfitness back in the 1920s.
Use of the water quality index and dissolved oxygen deficit as simple in -dicators of watersheds pollution.
Furthermore, previous studies have observed that the maximal accumulated oxygen deficit (AOD; an index of anaerobic capacity) of females has been approximately 10-30% less with similar background [26, 27].
Unlike steady-state aerobic exercise where EE can be quantified by oxygen uptake, the occlusion of blood flow during intense muscular contraction that results in an oxygen deficit, the analysis of oxygen uptake and EE during RT is inadequate (12).
Oxygen deficit grows new blood vessels and this acts as a kind of fertiliser for cancer cells and tumours.
Crucial to the understanding of oxygen delivery during resuscitation are the concepts of oxygen deficit and oxygen debt.
Hence, the oxygen debt must be larger than the oxygen deficit, i.
1966): Changes in the oxygen deficit of Lake Washington, Ver.
Lactate presently serves as the best-available single clinical measurement of the severity of the oxygen deficit reflecting failure of adequate substrate delivery; it is widely used to guide life-sustaining interventions in emergency and critical-care settings, specifically in diagnosing and estimating the severity of low-flow circulatory shock states.