What Is Oxyhaemoglobin?


Oxy haemoglobin is the combination of the red blood haemoglobin cells with the oxygen in the lungs. The oxygen is then transported all over the body by the blood and the process of blood oxygenation continues in the lungs.
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oxyhemoglobin (hemoglobin bound to oxygen) is highest in the alveolar venule. This is the initial vessel carrying freshly-oxygenated blood away from the alveolus, which is the air-sac
when the red blood cells reach the lungs where there is a high concentration of oxygen,they load oxygen.haemoglobin inside the red blood cells binds with this oxygen forming oxyhaemoglobin.once
oxyhaemoglobin: the bright red hemoglobin that is a combination of hemoglobin and oxygen from the lungs
when haemoglobin combines with oxygen it come to be known as oxyhaemoglobin.It is carried by blood to cells where it releases oxygen & combines with CO2.
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