cross-match


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cross-match

vb
(Physiology) immunol to test the compatibility of (a donor's and recipient's blood) by checking that the red cells of each do not agglutinate in the other's serum

cross-match


Past participle: cross-matched
Gerund: cross-matching

Imperative
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Present
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Preterite
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Present Continuous
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Present Perfect
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Past Continuous
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Past Perfect
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Future
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Future Perfect
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Future Continuous
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Present Perfect Continuous
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Future Perfect Continuous
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Past Perfect Continuous
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Conditional
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Past Conditional
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Translations

cross-match

n prueba cruzada; vt realizar una prueba cruzada
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To calculate the cross-match to transfusion ratio of non-surgical and surgical departments.
Cross-match to transfusion ratio was not calculated for FFP, RDP, SDP, CRYO as cross-matching was not done between the patient's blood and those components.
Blood cross-match ordering practices were validated from blood bank's record books.
They need to exchange blood to have the cross-match done at the center, which is going to do the recipient transplant so that the cross-match is done according to how that center feels they should do it.
Sadly, no cross-match was found for the Nuneaton dad because of his rare tissue type.
A The writer is correct that with the electronic cross-match, there is no need to monitor the cross-match-to-transfusion (C/T) ratio because it is always the ideal 1.
Sadly, no cross-match was found for the Nuneaton dad because of his rare tissue type - but at least eight leukaemia victims around Britain were matched.
Mr Birch, aged 50, of Attleborough Road, Nuneaton,is a rare tissue type - but Nuneaton Borough Supporters Club set up a mobile unit in the town's Market Place in the hope of finding a suitable cross-match for him.
Dad-of-two Graham Birch, suffering from a rare form of blood cancer and badly in need of a bone marrow transplant, watched hopefully on the sidelines as people queued in the hope of becoming a suitable cross-match.
Blood collectors can maintain a frozen inventory of blood for patients who are difficult to cross-match to meet their blood needs," Dr.
Graham Birch is desperate for a bone marrow transplant and is hoping the town's soccer fans will provide him with a suitable cross-match - on his 49th birthday.
The resulting product reduces or eliminates many of the disadvantages of intact platelets, including: the need to cross-match donor to recipient; the possibility of viral or bacterial contamination; and the potential for the development of antibodies directed toward donor platelets, which results in a life-threatening condition known as refractoriness in which the recipient's immune system immediately destroys the infused platelets.