an- (without) + -ox- (oxygen) + -ia, the state of being without oxygen> a condition characterized by insufficient oxygen in tissues <a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas that makes up about 20% of the air we breathe (and at least half the weight of entire solid crust of earth) and which combines with most of the other elements to form oxides>.
Oxygen is essential to human, animal and plant life. The chemical symbol for element oxygen is O. As a medicinal gas, oxygen contains not less than 99.0% by volume of O2 to body tissues or inability of tissues to use the oxygen or sometimes used loosely as a synonym for hypoxia. It is also called hypoxia<subnormal concentration of oxygen. By contrast with normoxia <norm- (normal) + -ox- (oxygen) + -ia = a normal oxygen state> and anoxia <absence or near absence of oxygen>. From hyp- (below) + -ox- (oxygen) + -ia>, when the body or a region of body is deprived of adequate oxygen supply.
Anoxic anoxia occurs when blood flowing through lungs does not pick up enough oxygen. This can happen when there is a reduced amount of oxygen in air. The blood also can fail to pick up sufficient oxygen because of defects in lungs or because of obstruction of air passages involved in breathing. Rapid, deep breathing is a common symptom of anoxic anoxia. The condition is often accompanied by cyanosis, a bluish coloration of the skin. Severe cases may lead to loss of consciousness and even death.
Anemic anoxia occurs when blood cannot carry its normal load of oxygen. This happens when blood has insufficient amounts of hemoglobin (substance that transports oxygen in blood) or when carbon monoxide or other poisons alter hemoglobin. Stagnant anoxia develops when blood flows so slowly that it loses most of its oxygen before completing its course through a tissue. Part of tissue thus receives little or no oxygen. An example of stagnant anoxia occurs during cold temperatures when blood vessels under fingernails and in lips constrict, causing cyanosis in those body parts. Poisons that make tissues incapable of using oxygen supplied cause Histotoxic anoxia. Cyanide is such a poison.
Cerebral anoxia, when brain is completely deprived of oxygen, an extreme form of cerebral hypoxia and oxygen saturation, a relative measure of oxygen dissolved or carried in a medium; a measure of severity of hypoxic condition.
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