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the process of providing or combining or treating with oxygen

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The BpVL owned higher assessment (predictive) ability when the Bp (BpVL and BpGL) of muscle oxygenation index was used to assess (predict) systemic aerobic capacity indices.
Similar to nitric oxide (NO), when used by the inhaled route it selectively dilates pulmonary vessels and improves oxygenation.
The principal clinical application of NIRS is for monitoring brain oxygenation in neonatal intensive care.
Thus, the clinician can make a comprehensive assessment of the patient and often a differential diagnosis of acid-base and oxygenation disturbances.
Local subcutaneous tissue oxygenation is a direct derivative of the viability of the muscle tissue and is directly influenced by the internal pressure, which causes compression and occlusion.
LICOX[R], which evaluates local ICP, brain temperature, and brain tissue oxygenation (Pbt[O.
The PMVs restore a closed respiratory system, which as validated by independent research, improves swallowing, reduces aspiration, facilitates secretion management, improves oxygenation, and reduces weaning and decannulation time.
In a second application, metal fibers are used so that the media can be electrochemically interrogated via anodic super oxygenation to accelerate the rate of biochemical growth and fermentation-based assays.
In many cases, these building block chemicals contain aromatic functionality or require specific patterns of oxygenation along a chemical backbone.
It provides circulatory support and oxygenation for patients undergoing coronary artery bypass grafting and valvular procedures.
Biopure Corporation (Cambridge, MA; 617-234-6826) announced that its investigational oxygen therapeutic, Hemopure (hemoglobin glutamer -- 250 (bovine)) has been shown to sustain myocardial tissue oxygenation and heart function during severe constriction of a coronary artery, according to results from a pharmacology study presented at the American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting this week in Dallas, Texas.
Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) has been used increasingly since the 1970s to treat serious respiratory diseases of infancy.
Michaels said more sensitive computerized equipment was installed to control the oxygenation process that was causing sludge to float in the tank.
A highlight of the innovation center, the tank will allow both aquaculture technologists and customers alike to observe how the latest oxygenation technologies impact fish development within an optimal on-land farming enclosure.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Extra corporal membrane oxygenation membrane, ecmo machine