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blood gas

[′bləd ‚gas]
(ordnance)
War gas which, when absorbed into the body, primarily by breathing, affects body functions by interfering with transfer of oxygen from the lungs via the blood to tissues.
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The routine use of liquid QC with known assay values is the only true way to verify the accuracy and proper functioning of critical care blood gas analyzers.
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The difference in the CO-oximeter or blood gas results between the sample mixed with saline and the same sample mixed with perflubron was used to determine the analytical effects of perflubron.
Another distinct trend is the emergence of blood gas analyzers from beyond just central laboratory applications to respiratory therapy and point-of-care diagnostic applications.
In which the acquisition is Fimlab Laboratories Ltd~s mainly used by the laboratory personnel blood gas analyzer (the Device).