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transport

[trans′pȯrt (verb), ′tranz‚pȯrt (noun)]
(computer science)
To convey as a whole from one storage device to another in a digital computer.
(engineering)
Conveyance equipment such as vehicular transport, hydraulic transport, and conveyor-belt setups.
(naval architecture)
A ship designed to carry military personnel from one place to another. Also known as troop ship.

transport

To move or copy from one location to another. Same as "transfer." In the physical world, "to transport" means "to move" (take this from here and put it there). In the electronic world, "to transport" means "to copy" the data to another location. The original data are still intact in the first location until they are purposely deleted. See transport layer and OSI.
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HIV patients with CD4 count [greater than or equal to] 200 cells/[micro]L had significantly lower oxygen transport potential of blood compared with HIV patients with CD4 count [greater than or equal to] 200 cells/[micro]L (p=0.
Describe the effect of haemoglobin levels on oxygen transport.
Considering the major components of oxygen supply in the framework helped John recognize that Gill's blood loss was contributing to a problem with oxygen transport and, importantly, to decreased preload resulting in a decreased stroke volume.
Early microcirculatory perfusion derangements in patients with severe sepsis and septic shock: relationship to hemodynamics, oxygen transport, and survival.
16) Some establishments use rejuvenating solutions, like RejuvesoIR (Cytosol Labs, Lenoir, NC) which contains pyruvate, inosine, phosphate, and adenine, to restore oxygen transport and improve post-transfusion survival of RBCs.
Oxygen transport by erythrocyte/hemoglobin solution mixtures in an in vitro capillary as a model of hemoglobin-based oxygen carrier performance.
This article describes the scientific literature supporting mobilizing patients in the ICU to achieve two goals; first to optimize oxygen transport and the function of its supporting systems and second to reduce multisystem complications and maximize functional recovery.
If oxygen transport to roots limits their growth, our theory predicts a negative correlation between [L.
Oxygen transport (delivery and consumption) its targeting and optimisation.
The importance of a water layer to limit oxygen transport has been the subject of some debate.