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per·fu·sion

 (pər-fyo͞o′zhən)
n.
1. The act or an instance of perfusing.
2. The injection of fluid into a blood vessel in order to reach an organ or tissues, usually to supply nutrients and oxygen.
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Noun1.perfusion - pumping a liquid into an organ or tissue (especially by way of blood vessels)
intromission, insertion, introduction - the act of putting one thing into another
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per·fu·sion

n. perfusión, pasaje de un líquido o sustancia a través de un conducto.
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perfusion

n perfusión f
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Latest Research On Perfusion Market Analyzed by Type (Cardiopulmonary Bypass, Isolated Limb Perfusion, & Others), By Application (Heart, Lung, & Others), By Device Type (Normothermic Machine Perfusion, & Others), By End User (Hospital, & Others) with CAGR of 4.1% during the forecast period and is estimated to reach around USD 1,527 million by 2023.
The new NICE guidance recommends the machine - known as ex-vivo machine perfusion for extracorporeal preservation of livers for transplantation - is used in some settings as more data is gathered on how effective it is.
Background: Hypothermic machine perfusion (HMP) is being used more often in cardiac death kidney transplantation; however, the significance of assessing organ quality and predicting delayed graft function (DGF) by HMP parameters is still controversial.
This new technology of machine perfusion is exciting and will indeed change the Liver transplantation landscape not only in India but across the world."
In August 2014, XVIVO Perfusion received HDE approval from the FDA for the XPS with STEEN Solution for use in flushing and temporary continuous normothermic machine perfusion of initially unacceptable excised donor lungs during which time the ex-vivo function of the lungs can be reassessed for transplantation.
Pushing the envelope in renal preservation: Improved results with novel perfusate modifications for pulsatile machine perfusion of cadaver kidneys.
Increasing evidence suggests that normothermic machine perfusion attempts to recreate the physiological environment by delivering oxygen, temperature, and nutrition.
Several approaches including machine perfusion and modified preservation solutions have been developed to reduce the injury.
The most widely used organ preservation methods are Static Cold Storage and Machine Perfusion.
To prevent injuries associated with disconnecting an organ from its nutrient supply, the researchers relied on an experimental technique called machine perfusion. The method circulates fluids in an organ to simulate nutrient flow.
During the pre-transplant warming and before cooling, machine perfusion, a process through which the liver was nourished and supplied with oxygen, was performed.

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