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Synonyms for bloodstream



Synonyms for bloodstream

the blood flowing through the circulatory system

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In March 2005, CDC reported a multistate outbreak of Pseudomonas fluorescens bloodstream infections associated with use of syringes preloaded with heparin intravenous catheter flush (1).
fluorescens bloodstream infection in a woman aged 51 years with breast cancer.
Even more DNA enters the mother's bloodstream when she or the fetus has certain health problems, such as preeclampsia or Down syndrome.
Anthim is designed to remove the toxin from the bloodstream even after symptoms appear.
Women with the autoimmune disease scleroderma are more likely to have these persistent cells in their bloodstream than women without the disease (SN: 8/2/97, p.
HIV-specific CTLs lurk mostly in the bloodstream, they note, whereas HIV tends to invade lymph nodes.
Once attached to the tissues, the spheres' shells erode, slowly releasing the contents into the bloodstream.
The New York team followed the 400 women through their pregnancies and found striking differences in the amount of vitamin C in their bloodstreams.
They measured the concentrations of Lp(a) in the children's bloodstreams and compared those values to Lp(a) concentrations recorded in 49 children in the same age range whose parents reported no heart disease.
The antibody, named CDP571, remained in the bloodstreams of a second group of healthy monkeys for roughly one week without causing an immune reaction, Bodmer and his colleagues observed.