arterial blood n.
Blood that is oxygenated in the lungs, is found in the left chambers of the heart and in the arteries, and is relatively bright red.
Withdraw entirely the stimulus of arterial blood, and the brain ceases to act, and sensibility and consciousness become extinct.
Popular Education Ira Mayhew
They were as big as cranberries and as red as blood—as red as arterial blood.
Europe Revised Irvin S. Cobb
Came a day when in the paddock Dan Crimmins had seen that fleck of arterial blood on the handkerchief.
Garrison’s Finish W. B. M. Ferguson
Venous blood contains more carbonic acid, and less oxygen and nitrogen than arterial blood.
The Reason Why Anonymous
First, the neck and head are of a deep brown, with a tinge of the colour of arterial blood.
The Young Yagers Mayne Reid
The red stripe represented the arterial blood; the blue, the venous blood; the white, the bandages.
The Funny Side of Physic A. D. Crabtre
Unlike the lung of the Dipneusti, this air-bladder is not cellular, and it receives only arterial blood.
A Guide to the Study of Fishes, Volume 1 (of 2) David Starr Jordan
Thus you have a continuous deposit and discharge for arterial blood until death stops the supply.
Philosophy of Osteopathy Andrew T. Still
Not infrequently individuals in middle life begin to show increase of arterial blood pressure without discoverable cause.
Arteriosclerosis and Hypertension: Louis Marshall Warfield
I examined the horse’s foot and found a thin stream of arterial blood spouting out.
The Trail of the Goldseekers Hamlin Garland
- Arterial canal
arterial canal arterial canal n. A fetal vessel that connects the left pulmonary artery with the descending aorta and that normally becomes the arterial ligament after birth. Also called arterial duct, Botallo’s duct.
- Arterial capillary
arterial capillary arterial capillary n. A capillary opening from an arteriole or metarteriole.
- Arterial cone
arterial cone arterial cone n. See conus arteriosus.
- Arterial duct
arterial duct arterial duct n. See arterial canal.