transfusional


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trans·fu·sion

 (trăns-fyo͞o′zhən)
n.
1. The act or process of transfusing.
2. Medicine The transfer of whole blood or blood products from one individual to another.

trans·fu′sion·al adj.

transfusional

(trænzˈfjuːʒənəl)
adj
of or relating to transfusion
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9) reportaron una prevalencia similar del 71,4%, en un estudio realizado en pacientes infectados por via vectorial, con residencia permanente en zonas endemicas; lo cual contrastaba con el 29% observado en individuos con contagio ocasional, residentes en zonas no endemicas, infectados por via connatal, transfusional, drogadiccion intravenosa o por visitas aisladas a zonas endemicas.
Es indispensable establecer dos accesos venosos de buen calibre y tomar muestras de sangre para optimizar el manejo y la necesidad de terapia transfusional.
Transfusional and vectorial transmission excluded (housing inspected for vector) Bittencourt et Chronic Milk/colostrum from 78 mothers (101 al.
O Vigisan tem carater universal, pois engloba a vigilancia de toda e qualquer instituicao, independentemente da natureza juridica, que desenvolva acoes relacionadas com a gestao do sangue e de seus componentes, denominada de setor regulado, como hemocentros, nucleos de hemoterapia, unidade de coleta, unidade de coleta e transfusao e agencia transfusional (Tabela 1).
15 September 2011 - Canada's ApoPharma Inc said on Wednesday the US Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Oncologic Drugs Advisory Committee (ODAC) voted 10 - 2 to recommend that the agency grant accelerated approval of Ferriprox (deferiprone), an oral iron chelator, for the treatment of patients with transfusional iron overload when current chelation therapy is inadequate.
The calculation of the probable infection date, and consequently, the time of infection, was based on: a--for transfusional infections, the date of the first blood and/or plasma derived products transfusion was considered, if the patient had gone through more than one transfusion session; b--for infection caused by injectable drugs, the first year of use of such drugs [12,25,26].
O rigoroso controle dos bancos de sangue, praticamente, eliminou a transmissão transfusional e, na atualidade, a aquisição parenteral ocorre em viciados em drogas injetáveis e em inoculações acidentais e, mais raramente, pela realização de acupuntura e tatuagens (Ferreira, 2000).
En 1999, en un estudio realizado en el Hospital San Vicente de Paul de Medellin, se determino una prevalencia de seropositividad para malaria de 1,8% entre 392 sueros de donantes evaluados y, previamente, en 1982, un estudio realizado en el Hospital Militar de Bogota mostro que el 8,6 por mil de las 3114 muestras evaluadas eran positivas para anticuerpos antimalaricos; durante este estudio se detectaron tres casos de malaria transfusional.
Tras ello se examinan el soporte transfusional, nutricional, las complicaciones infecciosas, los aspectos aplicados y de investigacion en enfermeria, y termina con un capitulo interesante sobre la Oncologia Pediatrica en los paises en desarrollo.
DFO infusions, available for 40 years, are highly effective in reducing body iron stores in people with transfusional iron overload.
Based on 40 years of clinical use, DFO is considered safe and highly effective for reducing body iron stores in people with transfusional iron overload, thereby reducing morbidity and mortality.
Iron chelating agents and blood donation can prevent the development of diabetes in transfusional iron overload (1, 2).

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