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oxygenate

[′äk·sə·jə‚nāt]
(chemistry)
To treat, infuse, or combine with oxygen.
(materials)
An oxygen-containing compound, such as an alcohol or an ether, used as an additive to gasoline to improve octane rating or antiknock characteristics.
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Manual jet ventilation through ureteric bougie will ensure continuous ventilation, oxygenation, and allows surgeon to do his job uninterruptedly.
However, the reports of prior investigators of the potential for NIRS monitoring to contribute to the evaluation of testicular hemodynamics support our suggestion that SR-NIRS assessment of spermatic cord tissue oxygenation should be explored further.
We used one block and one event-related design for measurement of oxygenation changes induced by acoustic stimulation.
ECMO dramatically improved oxygenation in this case and enabled the patient to receive chemotherapy, and he was weaned from ECMO after shrinkage of the tumor.
This study and all others have found no clear evidence that oxygenation strategy affects outcome in critical illness.
Despite VA-ECMO improving oxygenation more than VV-ECMO, and the fact that there is no loss of hypoxic pulmonary vasoconstriction, there are increased risks associated with this method.
This report provides in depth study of "Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) Systems Market" using SWOT analysis i.e.
We still have a lot of work to do, but in human lungs not suitable for clinical transplantation, the study showed an improvement in oxygenation and a longer duration of out-of-body perfusion time in lungs perfused with gNO, which are both important parts of a successful ex-vivo lung perfusion."
[ClickPress, Thu Mar 07 2019] Looking at the current market trends as well as the promising demand status of the " Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation Machine Market " it can be projected that the future years will bring out positive outcomes.
Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation is generally used in patients that indicated for the management of life-threatening pulmonary or cardiac failure when no other form of treatment has been or is likely to be successful to improve oxygenation (4).
Arterial insufficiency caused by femoral cannulation performed for extracorporeal membrane oxygenation can be prevented by the perfusion of the lower extremity.
As outlined before, muscle perfusion and oxygenation changes might constitute adaptations related to performance improvements after RSH whereas such changes have not yet been reported for SIH.