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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(2) Values of ionized calcium measured in our study did not differ significantly between arterial and venous blood. The values of ionized calcium in venous blood from gyr falcons in our study (1.05 [+ or -] 0.09 mmol/L) were lower than the values obtained by previous investigators (12) in gyr hybrid falcons (1.16 [+ or -] 0.14 mmol/L).
to be the [O.sub.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.
When the atrial septum remains open, pulmonary venous blood that enters the left atrium flows into the right atrium, producing a left-to-right shunt.
Antecubital maternal venous blood of 35 women was collected in parallel with the umbilical cord samples after informed consent.
Good agreement has been reported between capillary and venous blood in creatine kinase levels (8) and packed cell volume (PCV), (9) as well as serum cholesterol components, (10-12) calcium, inorganic phosphorus, (13) and glucose.
Venous blood collection: Venous blood is the optimal target for most blood sampling, and the prevailing technological options for blood collection are needles or blood-collection sets (also known as wingsets).
TruTouch and Lovelace Scientific Resources carried out a comparison alcohol level detection study in 55 patients, comparing effectiveness and sensitivity of the newly developed TruTouch 2000 finger touch device with the TruTouch Guardian forearm device, breathalyser and the current gold standard for intoxication detection, venous blood.
that FP-Pb testing is a suitable replacement for venous blood lead testing" (1).
Mourning doves and house sparrows exhibited mild acidemia (median [minimum-maximum] venous blood [pH.sub.4][degrees]C] = 7.394 [7.230-7.496] and 7.395 [7.248-7.458], respectively, relative to boat-tailed grackles; 7.452 [7.364-7.512]), but for different reasons.
We used the i-STAT analyzer and adult venous blood samples to compare capillary tubes supplied either by Chiron (from Ortho Diagnostics, with 130-200 kIU lithium heparin/L) or by Radiometer (50 1CIU electrolyte-balanced heparin/L).