Published in Blood Weekly, February 1st, 2001
"Oxygen (O2 ) transfer from the blood to tissues is a function of the red blood cell (RBC) O2 saturation (SO2 ), the plasma O2 content being negligible," explained H. Buchwald and colleagues at the University of Minnesota. "If the O2 unloading time was to increase significantly, because of a decrease in the RBC...
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