Renal hypoxia is a result of inadequate blood supply to our cells in the retina. Oxygen deficit in damaged tissues may promote hypoxia which is often caused by severe injuries, chronic diseases, and insufficient oxygen being available to the lungs. The different causes of hypoxia usually determine the type of hypoxia. Regular oxygen delivery is the product of CaO2, and cardiac output. Even when CaO2, is normal, oxygen in the body’s tissue may be inadequate if cardiac function is impaired. Hypoxia can be a dangerous, and in some cases life-threatening for the cells and tissues in the human body. To sustain life we have an absolute and constant need for oxygen. Oxygen is necessary to produce energy for our cells survival and reproduction. If the cells in the body can’t receive the suitable amount of Oxygen this can cause major injuries to our body such as strokes and heart attacks.
Renal Hypoxia Bioinformatics Tool
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