blood gas

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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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Results suggested that, the improvement of respiratory failure associated clinical symptoms, respiratory function indexes and arterial blood gas indexes of the research group was superior to that of the control group which did not apply NO inhalation.
Reporting arterial blood gas results with combined P[O.
9,12) However, those studies did not correct for body temperature in the blood gas analysis and did not provide any reference intervals for arterial blood gas values in falcons.
2] values lower than 95%, arterial blood gas measurements should be performed, and according to ABG results, increasing Fi[O.
Arterial blood gas at this time showed lactic acidosis with normal oxygenation (Table 1).
Arterial blood gas (ABG), carbon-monoxide level (smokers) and acetylene tests may be indicated in some cases.
When its concentration is elevated in red blood cells, pulse oximetry readings report lower measured oxygen saturation than those calculated from arterial blood gas readings (10 & 11)
The aim was to determine which of the two non-invasive methods produces measurements of oxygen saturation that most closely approximate the arterial blood gas co-oximetry ([S.
Comparison of capillary and arterial blood gas measurements in neonates.