Venous blood

What is Venous blood?

Venous blood is deoxygenated blood which travels from the peripheral vessels, through the venous system into the right atrium.

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What does it mean on an echo when it says" Respirophasic changes were blunted (less than 50% variation)" and what does it mean when Left ventricle...

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if on market i can find alternate for strips for measure level of sugar in blood for example watch or eyes contact

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dear I can understand your concern
to measure blood glucose venous blood is best
next to venous blood...

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My fasting Blood sugar is showing 95 when I did the tests yesterday compared to 84 last year.

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You should not worry about these results.

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Rise in Fasting Blood...

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