exchange transfusion

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: transfusion - slow removal of a person's blood and its replacement with equal amounts of a donor's blood
blood transfusion, transfusion - the introduction of blood or blood plasma into a vein or artery

ex·change trans·fu·sion

n. ex-sanguinotransfusión, transfusión gradual y simultánea de sangre al recipiente mientras se saca la sangre del donante.
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Cardiopulmonary bypass in sickle cell anaemia without exchange transfusion.
She was diagnosed with vasoocclusive crisis and acute chest syndrome, managed with exchange transfusion and cesarean delivery, and discharged home with her newborn one week later.
Most infants can be treated with special lights used for phototherapy or an exchange transfusion may be needed.
Individuals who have among the highest exposures to DEHP are those undergoing medical treatments or procedures such as dialysis, exchange transfusion, ECMO, and cardiovascular surgery.
An exchange transfusion took place too late to stop massive brain damage leading to cerebral palsy.
Yodogawa Christian Hospital had already performed its first blood exchange transfusion on a missionary couple's baby in December 1957.
Phototherapy or exchange transfusion should be considered for any infant with a rapidly rising bilirubin concentration within the first 24 h of life.
Package 12 - Set for exchange transfusion in newborns - 5 pcs.
There are reports of the successful use of exchange transfusion and haemofiltration in leptospirosis (12-14), and of plasma exchange in leptospirosis (15-17).
Over the next 17 days, he received a total of 23 units of pRBCs, 16 of which were given on hospital day 4 by exchange transfusion.
Appropriate antimicrobial drug therapy, transfusion, and exchange transfusion remain the mainstays of treatment.