blood transfusion

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Synonyms for blood transfusion

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

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So many people rely on blood transfusions on a day-to-day basis to help them through cancer treatment, operations and even childbirth.
The next question was whether we had a large enough potential patient base for an autologous blood transfusion program.
Qian further concluded that recognition of racial disparities related to use of perioperative RBC transfusions may help reduce potentially unnecessary blood transfusions in minority patients.
Any person in the chain of blood transfusion should not have an adverse reaction.
Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute, showed that two-thirds of patients with MDS associated with chromosome 5 deletion who received Revlimid were completely freed from the need for blood transfusions.
We expected to see iatrogenic transmission (1,8) because the children in this study all had sickle cell disease and more than half had had blood transfusions, and many had had multiple transfusions.
But the IBTS deny this and have ruled out any recent transmission of hep C by blood transfusion.
Even though Deny is given credit for the first blood transfusion, it is a well-known fact that the Incas practised successful blood transfusions much earlier than European doctors.
The technique may prove useful not only for human blood transfusion but also for veterinary medicine.
This is a great way to draw the public's attention to progressive blood management strategies designed to prevent blood loss and reduce the risk of receiving a blood transfusion.
Sources said that only 15 blood banks in the capital city were registered licenceholders of the Blood Transmission Authority while the rest were operating illegally, causing a surge in diseases related to blood transfusion.
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust (UHS) and the Isle of Wight NHS Trust (IOW) are seeking a strategic partner for the provision of a managed service or a managed equipment service to meet the requirements of their Blood Transfusion Departments.
ISLAMABAD -- Safe Blood Transfusion Programme, Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) on Thursday organized a seminar to celebrate World Blood Donor Day.
Within two to four hours of preterm babies receiving a blood transfusion, we have seen elevated levels of cytokines and chemokines - signaling cells - that stimulate inflammatory responses in the body," Dr Stark said.
A high-level meeting of senior health officials was held yesterday (Wednesday)to review the existing blood transfusion federal law, updating it with international protocols.