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Synonyms for blood transfusion

the introduction of blood or blood plasma into a vein or artery

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The post Free blood transfusions for all patients appeared first on Cyprus Mail.
Objective: The population has access to safe blood transfusion services and blood products.
The study, " Racial disparities in the use of blood transfusion in major surgery," published in the peer-reviewed journal BMC Health Services Research, examined the use of perioperative RBCs using patient data from the University HealthSystem Consortium, a network of academic medical centers and affiliated hospitals.
It has been suggested that blood transfusions themselves may be associated with medical complications that are unrelated to the reason for which the transfusion is given, and we don't really know why that is.
Dr Amin Hussain Al Amiri, Assistant Undersecretary for Medical Practices and Licensing at the MOH and Chairman of the National Blood Transfusion Committee said that that the procedure is in line with the mandate of the American Association for Blood Banks (AABB) to ensure blood transfusion safety and apply all the necessary blood tests in all blood transfusion centres worldwide.
It (HIV infection) has not happen due to blood transfusion from the Junagadh Blood Bank.
HOSPITALS in India are generally apathetic towards thalassaemics, an attitude that causes delays in blood transfusions.
Amanda Hustler, a 39-year-old Jehovah's Witness survived a shooting in which her husband Adam died despite refusing a blood transfusion during lifesaving surgery.
Ellen Mason, senior cardiac nurse at the British Heart Foundation, said: "These findings raise questions about infection but clear conclusions about the risk from blood transfusion can't be drawn because the study has limitations.
Ademokum et al (6) assert that at least 40% of unnecessary hospital admissions are for blood transfusions, and state that day services could be improved to enable patients to receive transfusions at home and to avoid unnecessary emergency hospital admissions in the last days of life.
France A major public health scandal occurred in the 1990s when 1,250 people, mostly hemophiliacs, were infected with HIV, through tainted blood transfusions that took place in 1984 and 1985.
The proportion of patients who required a blood transfusion (26% vs.
They stimulate a patient's bone marrow to produce more red blood cells and are given to patients to reduce the need for blood transfusions.
However, there's evidence that at least three people contracted the disease from blood transfusions that carried prions.
It is the first such model based on epidemiologic data: 1) blood donor activities, 2) a case-control study on CJD, 3) age distribution of recipients, and 4) death of recipients of blood transfusions.