transfuse


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  • verb

Synonyms for transfuse

to cause to be filled, as with a particular mood or tone

Synonyms for transfuse

impart gradually

pour out of one vessel into another

Related Words

treat by applying evacuated cups to the patient's skin

give a transfusion (e

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There was a dispute as to whether or not the physicians agreed to transfuse a patient who did not wish to be transfused.
They spoke of mice dice, republicans, democrats, How stars may be foiled of grand desires, How love may be wept over as an abstraction, How black velvet may suddenly transfuse With tracks and spatters of red blood, How fate waits at a door with a white finger, How beautiful children become drab vagabonds, How the coin of life comes willy-nilly, How Jesus was not ashamed of miracles.
She had been receiving haematinics and in view of an impending labour, it was decided by the obstetricians to transfuse packed red blood cells to increase her oxygen carrying capacity.
Therefore, many institutions try not to transfuse ABO mismatched single-donor platelets.
Of those referred to the ER, the decision to transfuse was also strongly influenced by age (odds ratio, 1.