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Synonyms for transplantation

the act of removing something from one location and introducing it in another location

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BMT involves taking a patient's damaged or destroyed bone marrow stem cells and replacing them with healthy stem cells from a donor.
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Altaf Hussain in the month of December had written to the ministry to convert contract appointments of employees of BMT to regular/ sanctioned posts.
The experts expressed that majority of the patients having BMT in the world are over fifty years of age, where as in Pakistan thalassemia patients average life is up to 15-25 years.
The experts said that BMT started in 1980s and now millions of BMT's were performed all over the world.
Green continues: "BMT's extensive experience with shallow water hydrodynamics, manoeuvring simulation, hydrodynamic model testing and CFD allowed us to deliver against the customer requirements.
While ordinary microfinance can only provide commercial loans/financing, which can only be utilised by people who already have income and/or profitable business, BMT can provide grant and non-commercial financing (Qard-al-Hasan) to lift the poorest of the poor up to the next level.
Twenty-nine (51%) of those who abused buprenorphine said they were interested in initiating BMT. The most common reason they gave for failing to do so was they "did not know where to go to get treatment." In New York City, "opioid treatment programs primarily offer methadone maintenance treatment and not BMT, so even experienced participants may not have known how to access BMT," the investigators noted.
This haploidentical BMT was performed from a mother as a donor for a 10 year old child suffering from combined immunodeficiency due to a DOCK-8 gene mutation.
The Fortis Centre has so far performed 15 allogeneic BMT including five haploidentical and one double unrelated cord blood transplants, and 5 autologous transplants.
21 November 2012 - UK maritime design, engineering and risk management consultancy BMT Group Ltd said it had bolstered its presence in Australia with the purchase of Wembley-based sector firm Oceanica Consulting Pty Ltd.
"Using a sensor to detect the approaching coal dust deflagration, the Active Barrier system successfully injected 120 liters of water within 250 milliseconds to suppress the explosion, as was predicted by BMT WBM's computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling," said David Proud, business development manager for BMT WBM.
Louisa Bray, BMT Coordinator, Haematology Department, Calvary Mater Hospital, Newcastle; Christopher FC Jordens, Research Fellow and Senior Lecturer, Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, University of Sydney; Philip Rowlings, Director of Haematology, Calvary Mater Hospital, Newcastle; Ken Bradstock, BMT Physician, Blood and Marrow Transplant Unit, Westmead Hospital, Westmead; Ian Kerridge, Staff Haematologist/BMT Physician, Blood and Marrow Transplant Unit, Westmead Hospital and Director and Associate Professor of Bioethics, Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, University of Sydney.
Allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplantation (Allo-HCT or BMT) is a complex, demanding treatment with a high treatment-related mortality and morbidity, requiring a prolonged hospital stay and an extended recovery period (Heinonen et al 2003).
NAVAL engineering firm BMT Defence Services has unveiled the design for a diesel-electric submarine that could stay submerged in shallow waters for weeks.