[Hemorrheology, microcirculation and oxygenation. Physiopathological and therapeutic aspects].

  • M Ehrly
  • Published 1991 in Revue francaise de gynecologie et d'obstetrique
The oxygen transport chain in mammalians depends on adequate oxygen uptake, oxygen transport and oxygen delivery. In diseases with underlying perfusion disorders, for example chronic occlusive arterial disease, the oxygen uptake by the lungs is not altered and thus the oxygen saturation of arterial blood is normal. In this case however the reduced blood… CONTINUE READING