Desaturation during Onyx embolization
Jugular venous desaturation following cardiac surgery.
Preoperative nocturnal desaturations as a risk factor for late postoperative nocturnal desaturations.
Predictors of exercise oxygen desaturation following major lung resection
A model to describe the rate of oxyhaemoglobin desaturation during apnoea.
Severe cerebral desaturation during anterior transapical beating heart aortic valve implantation
Patient factors that influence cerebral desaturation during transcatheter aortic valve implantation
379 Nocturnal oxyhaemoglobin desaturation in patients with diastolic left ventricular dysfunction
Temperature-induced specific lipid desaturation in the thermophilic cyanobacterium Synechococcus vulcanus
Does Oxygen (O2) Desaturation on Swallowing Predict Aspiration in Acute Stroke?
Oxygen Desaturation on swallowing in Patients with Stroke: What Does it Mean?
Biphasic direct current shift, haemoglobin desaturation and neurovascular uncoupling in cortical spreading depression
Mathematical model for describing cerebral oxygen desaturation in patients undergoing deep hypothermic circulatory arrest
Obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome: is this an overlooked cause of desaturation in the immediate postoperative period?
Oxygen desaturation during maximal stair-climbing test and postoperative complications after major lung resections
Oxygen Desaturation on Mild Exercise in Chronic Airflow Limitation (CAL) in Old Age: Implications for Rehabilitation?
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1 any process or reaction in which an organic compound becomes unsaturated (def. 2), e.g. by removal of two hydrogen atoms, or a hydrogen atom and a hydroxyl group, from adjacent carbon atoms.
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