blood gas

blood gas
blood gas n dissolved carbon dioxide and oxygen in blood typically expressed in terms of partial pressure also a test of usu. arterial blood to measure the partial pressures and concentrations of carbon dioxide and oxygen along with the pH and bicarbonate level

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