verb (used with object), ox·y·gen·at·ed, ox·y·gen·at·ing.
to treat, combine, or enrich with oxygen: to oxygenate the blood.
Origin of oxygenate
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Sciatica: Leg packs, oxygenator baths, half radium and salt baths, followed by massage.Valere Aude
an apparatus that oxygenates the blood, esp while a patient is undergoing an operation
oxygenize or oxygenise
to enrich or be enriched with oxygento oxygenate blood
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To treat, combine, or infuse with oxygen.
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To combine or mix with oxygen, as in a physical, chemical, or biological system. Blood is oxygenated in the lungs.
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