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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According to him, rescuers themselves can die during search operations due to the constant avalanches and oxygen deficit.
However, the woman had a possible oxygen deficit to the brain leading to the coma.
Medical device company MediPines Corporation stated on Friday that it has received US FDA 510(k) clearance for the ground-breaking portable MediPines Gas Exchange Monitor respiratory device for freedivers to provide real-time, clinically actionable data in oxygen deficit.
While performing an exercise, oxygen deficit limits its performance and it is the VO2 max that measures the aerobic endurance of an individual to offset that limitation.
"It could also affect how they interact with others, like being rude." Oxygen deficit The actual conditions onboard a plane can also take their toll.
It can be explained as a manifestation of the localized states of the disordered structure of silica modified by an oxygen deficit.
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.
Long-term oxygen deficit, endocrine disorder and other problems caused by OSAHS may give rise to delayed development of the central nervous system, mental retardation, and cognitive dysfunction.
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.
McClusky, the editor of Wired.com and a former Sports Illustrated reporter, digs into vaguely familiar terms like V[O.sub.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.
This difference may be explained by the fact that Vianna and colleges (24) used the Accumulated Oxygen Deficit (AOD) methodology to identify energy cost.