blood stream

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Synonyms for blood stream

the blood flowing through the circulatory system

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The study "Using the Agile Implementation Model to Reduce Central Line-associated Blood Stream Infections" will be published in an upcoming print issue of the American Journal of Infection Control.
Sepsis is a global healthcare priority and we are confident that our ePlex BCID solution will improve the management of patients with blood stream infections and help combat antibiotic resistance," said Hany Massarany, President and Chief Executive Officer.
Blood stream infection (BSI) is considered a serious hazard because of their frequency (59%) amongst HAI and potential life-threatening consequences.
Experiments with mice indicate that it can travel through the blood stream before entering the brain and triggering the disease.
Auto Business News-September 7, 2017--Children's HealthSM and Toyota decrease rates of central line-associated blood stream infections
Thirst is the brain's way of sending signals alerting the body that there is a disruption in the composition of the blood stream. When one is thirsty, it usually means that the blood volume has dipped or the blood has become too concentrated.
Singing is good for the heart and recent studies have shown that the health benefits are both physical and psychological because it is an aerobic activity that increases oxygenation in the blood stream. This year's appeal includes a call to local pubs in the North East to put on their own fundraising sing-a-long for the local community in the run up to Christmas.
In addition, the company plans to expand its collection of clinical data as well as conduct clinical trials with Neutrolin Catheter Lock Solution in oncology, hemodialysis and intensive care unit patients, where catheter-related blood stream infections and clotting can be life-threatening.
The increased pressure can cause nitrogen gas to enter the blood stream becoming toxic to the divers and creating impaired vision, nausea and confusion.
The excess of which substance in the blood stream is the cause of gout?
The compounds coax stem cells from bone marrow into the blood stream where they can be procured for use in transplantation--and they do so with fewer side effects than drugs now in use.
Septicaemia, a severe infection that enters the blood stream, is coded, or tagged, in a different way to other illnesses and infections, which means deaths caused by septicaemia do not affect hospital mortality figures.
Chris Hancock, the 1000 Lives Plus programme manager, said: "Central line related blood stream infections in critically ill patients are now a rare, rather than common event in Wales."