carboxyhemoglobin

<chemical> Chemical name: Haemoglobins, carbonyl- ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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carboxyhemoglobin

(kahr-bok″se-he´mo-glo″bin) hemoglobin in which the sites usually bound to oxygen are bound to carbon monoxide, which has an affinity for hemoglobin over 200 times that of oxygen. See carbon monoxide poisoning.
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carboxyhemoglobin

(HbCO) Type: Term Pronunciation: kar-bok′sē-hē′mō-glō′bin Definitions: 1. A fairly stable union of carbon monoxide with hemoglobin. The formation of carboxyhemoglobin prevents the normal transfer of carbon dioxide and oxygen during the circulation of blood; thus, increasing levels of carboxyhemoglobin re...
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carboxyhemoglobin

a substance formed when the poisonous gas carbon monoxide combines with hemoglobin in the blood. Carboxyhemoglobin is incapable of transporting oxygen to the body's organs. Large amounts of this compound are found in carbon monoxide poisoning
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Carboxyhemoglobin

Carboxyhemoglobin: Hemoglobin that has carbon monoxide instead of the normal oxygen bound to it. Carbon monoxide has a much great affinity than oxygen for hemoglobin. Carboxyhemoglobin is formed in carbon monoxide poisoning. The source of the carbon monoxide may be exhaust (such as from a car, truck, boat or generator), smoke from a fire, or tobacc...
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Carboxyhemoglobin

Hemoglobin in which the iron is bound to carbon monoxide(CO) instead of oxygen.
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