autotransfusion

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autotransfusion

(ˌɔːtəʊtrænsˈfjuːʒən)
n
(Medicine) med a process in which a patient receives some of his or her own blood in a transfusion rather than a donor's blood

au•to•trans•fu•sion

(ˌɔ toʊ trænsˈfyu ʒən)

n.
a blood transfusion using the recipient's own blood, either from a previously stored supply or from blood recovered during surgery.
[1960–65]
Translations

autotransfusion

n (Med) → Eigenbluttransfusion f

au·to·trans·fu·sion

n. autotranfusión, transfusión de la propia sangre del individuo.
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