PO2

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AcronymDefinition
PO2Phosphate
PO2Partial Pressure of Oxygen
PO2Petty Officer 2nd Class (Canadian Forces)
PO2Placental O2 (Oxygen) Transport (physiology)
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2] is the partial pressure of oxygen, atm; R is the gas constant, J/(molK); t is the time, s; T is the temperature, K; w is the weight of the reaction.
024) and pre-operative ratio between partial pressure of oxygen in arterial blood and fraction of inspired oxygen (odds ratio: 1.
0]=293 K; partial pressure of oxygen in the air [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] bar.
For statistical analysis of various parameters patients were divided into two groups depending on the presence (n = 7) or the absence (n=33) of Intrapulmonary vascular dilatations (IPVDs) on contrast echocardiography The mean partial pressure of oxygen (Pa[O.
Further explanations show that for any given workload, the level of exertion is increased as the partial pressure of oxygen is reduced.
We believe that the decrease in partial pressure of oxygen with increasing altitude might result in reduction of auditory sensitivity and sound localization accuracy, thus putting M.
But it is possible that women with more severe congenital heart disease would not tolerate a lower partial pressure of oxygen in our environment, and there were some women who were advised to deliver at lower altitudes because of this.
In view of the raised partial pressure of oxygen present in the area, studies on patients suffering from Chronic Ischemic Heart Disease are of special interest.
High Altitude sickness - also known as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) -- is a pathological condition caused by acute exposure to low partial pressure of oxygen at high altitude.
In the lungs, the partial pressure of oxygen is high, and oxygen binds to hemoglobin, whereas in the tissues the partial pressure is lower, and the oxygen is released as required.
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