apheresis


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Synonyms for apheresis

(linguistics) omission at the beginning of a word as in 'coon' for 'raccoon' or 'till' for 'until'

a procedure in which blood is drawn and separated into its components by dialysis

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The software meets the needs of therapeutic apheresis and cellular therapy procedures, including hematopoietic cellular transplantation and immune effector cellular therapy.
Apheresis is a medical technology in which the blood of a donor or patient is passed through an apparatus that separates out one component of the blood and returns the remainder to the patient or donor.
A schedule change was implemented in the study institution's apheresis service in August 2013 to increase hours of operation covered by FT nurses and minimize the use of CNS.
Cluster of differentiation (CD) markers' expression of 100 pre-apheresis and 100 platelet apheresis samples was compared after the completion of platelet apheresis procedure.
RBCs, platelets, and plasma collections using apheresis methods were reported in much fewer numbers than those derived from whole blood (Table 1).
Technavio's analysts forecast the global apheresis equipment market to grow at a CAGR of 10.
The global apheresis market is expected to reach USD 2.
Apheresis is a special process where whole blood is removed from a patient, separated into its components, including plasma and red blood cells, and re-transfused into the patient after removing and replacing the blood component that contributes to a disease.
The Shaikh Khalifa Medical City (SKMC) has completed 500 apheresis sessions over the past three years.
Apheresis involves removing whole blood from a donor or patient and separating the blood into individual components so that one particular component can be removed.
The TAC-PE uses targeted apheresis, a process similar to dialysis, to filter various harmful substances from the mother's blood.
Once every two weeks, a patient spends two to four hours connected to an apheresis unit that removes 70-to-80 percent of the patient's LDL (bad) cholesterol, then returns the blood to the body.
Apheresis Equipment Market (Plasmapheresis, Photopheresis, Apheresis in Neurological, Renal, Hematological Diseases, Centrifugation, Membrane Filtration, Apheresis Machines and Disposable Kits) - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2012 - 2018
Holder, (3) the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit considered the constitutionality of banning compensation for bone marrow extraction through the new and less invasive peripheral blood stem cell apheresis ("apheresis") procedure under NOTA.
The court ruled that NOTA clearly bans compensation for extraction of marrow through aspiration, but also ruled that the law does not ban compensation for the extraction of PBSCs through apheresis.