What is Insufficient oxygen in the blood called?
If you had insufficient red blood cells, your body would not get the oxygen that it needs. This is because red blood cells are what carries oxygen around the body.
low blood pressure leads to an insufficient transport of oxygen through the body
due to insufficient oxygen supply to blood stream.
When normal breathing stops or oxygen intake is insufficient to support life, it may be called hypoxia, or it may be called death.
It is the supply of oxygen to the heart; the oxygen is carried by the blood. When there's insufficient blood supply, oxygen supply is low too, and angina results. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angina_pectoris
It means that there is an insufficient supply of oxygen in the artery. Artery carries oxygen away from the heart.
What is the medical term meaning death of body tissue as a result of insufficient blood supply caused by disease or injury?
Infarction is death of body tissue (also known as necrosis) due to insufficient blood or oxygen supply. Ischemia is a related term relating to the decrease in oxygen or blood supply. Gangrene is the condition resulting from bacterial invasion of an area of necrosis.
Blood contains a pigment called hemoglobin that carries oxygen to the tissues in the body. Oxygen is added to hemoglobin in the lungs and carried throughout the body through blood vessels called arteries and it is called oxygenated blood. After supplying oxygen, blood is returned to the heart by veins and that blood is called deoxygenated blood.
whats the rusults from an insufficient amount of oxygen entering the body?
red blood cells transport oxygen :)
the blood is given oxygen as it passes next to the alveoli in the lungs. The process by which the blood gets oxygen is called diffusion
Oxygen is carried in the body by the blood which gets the oxygen in the lungs and this blood is called oxygenated blood
Which term describes the loss of consciousness that occurs when the body cannot get the oxygen it needs?
Asphyxia is characterized by excess carbon dioxide and a lack of oxygen in the blood. It results from insufficient air oxygen or respiratory interference.
acidotic Blood that is rich in oxygen is called saturated or oxygenated. Oxygen saturation is a measure of the amount of oxygen that is dissolved in blood. Please see the related link for details. It is called oxygenated or arteriolar blood. Even in the pulmonary vein it is called arteriolar blood because it is oxygenated.
Well oxygenated. It means breathing room air the person has >98% oxygen saturation. (aka blood sat)Their heart and lungs are working together and keeping the pumping the oxygen to their organs sufficiently. A person with low blood sats may have pneumonia, asthma, COPD or could be a premature new born with insufficient surfactant in their lungs to pull in the room air / oxygen. A person with chronic oxygen poor blood may be confused, dizzy… Read More
Oxygen is carried in the blood by our red blood cells which have a special molecule called hemoglobin. This molecule sticks to the oxygen molecules by red blood cells.
Any bleeding when the blood is exposed to oxygen turns the color of the blood to bright red and is called oxygen-rich. If the blood has used up a portion of the oxygen it is carrying, called oxygen-poor blood, it turns to a darker brick-red.
What is the medical term meaning normal breathing stops or oxygen intake is insufficient to support life?
Two different things. Stopping breathing is called apnea, and a lack of oxygen is called anoxia.
Oxygen binds to a molecule called hemoglobin in red blood cells.
Most oxygen is transported in the blood by red blood cells; red blood cells contain a protein called hemoglobin which has the capacity to transport oxygen.
Oxygen is transported by red blood cells. The red blood cells have a protein in them called hemoglobin which has the ability to carry oxygen.
Oxygen leaves the blood to carry out a proccess called airobic respiration where oxygen and other things are converted into energy.
You breathe the oxygen into your lungs. The oxygen then dissolves into the water lining which is called the alveoli. Finally, the oxygen will cling to the red blood cells as they pass through the alveolar capillaries and now the oxygen is in the blood.
White blood cell
Insufficient blood volume can cause low blood pressure, dizziness, fatigue, shortness of breath, and chest pain.
I think carbonisation is the word, the end result is charcoal.
The correct name for low levels of oxygen in the blood is hypoxaemia. Low levels of oxygen in the body tissues is called hypoxia
Systemic Arteries carry oxygen rich blood (also called oxygenated blood). Pulmonary Arteries carry oxygen poor (deoxygenated) blood
It is called Hemolymph.The blood is green because it doesn't carry any oxygen
The movement of the blood is called circulation.
Yes. Oxygen goes to every organ of the body. It gets there via the blood. Blood travels to organs through special blood vessels called arteries. The arteries that provide blood to the heart are called coronary arteries, from a Latin word that means heart. How oxygen gets into the blood is via the respiratory system, which uses the lungs to take oxygen from the air we breathe and put it into the blood. Once in… Read More
blood vessels called as arteries carry oxygen rich blood throughout the body...
Iron is present in a compound called hemoglobin, which is present in red blood cells, which carry oxygen in the blood.
When methane burns in the presence of insufficient oxygen the products of the reaction are water and?
Yes, the products of CH4 + O2 (Methane + Insufficient Oxygen) are water and carbon monoxide.
The liquid that carries oxygen and nutrients in an insect is called "hemolymph." If it had blood cells, it would be called blood.
Blood gets oxygen from the lungs. Every time you breath, the oxygen you've inhaled goes into sacs in your lungs called alveoli. The oxygen is diffused into the blood and the blood diffuses carbon dioxide into the alveoli. The carbon dioxide is then exhaled
A protein called hemoglobin present in red blood cells is able to bind oxygen molecules. Capillaries surround the alveolar sacs in the lungs where oxygen diffuses into the blood where it is bound by hemoglobin. Now, the oxygen is in the blood.
Blood cells use a protein called hemoglobin to capture oxygen.
There is a protein in red blood cells called hemoglobin. This is the substance that carries oxygen throughout the bloodstream.
Hypoxemia is the medical term meaning abnormally low blood oxygen levels.
Oxygen is transported throughout the body by red blood cells flowing in a fluid called plasma carried by blood vessels called arteries.
The red blood cells contain a globular protein called Haemoglobin, which carries oxygen by combining the oxygen molecules to its haem groups.
Insufficient supply of blood to the brain can cause fainting (syncope) or a more severe loss of consciousness.
It is called Hypoxaemia, and can be a result of a respiratory disorder.
red blood cells
The 'red blood cells' present in the blood.
It depends. The blood that is being carried away from to the body is oxygenated blood and the blood that is being carried away from the heart and heading towards the lungs is called deoxgenated blood. OXYGENATED blood has a high percentage of oxygen and deoxygenated blood has a low percentage of oxygen.