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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.

transfusion

(trænsˈfjuːʒən)
n
1. the act or an instance of transfusing
2. (Medicine) the injection of blood, blood plasma, etc, into the blood vessels of a patient

trans•fu•sion

(trænsˈfyu ʒən)

n.
1. the act or process of transfusing.
2. the direct transferring of blood, plasma, etc., into a blood vessel.
[1570–80; < Latin trānsfūsiō decanting, intermingling]

trans·fu·sion

(trăns-fyo͞o′zhən)
The transfer of blood from one person to another. See more at Rh factor. See Note at blood type.

transfusion

A method of introducing fluid, especially blood, into the body.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.transfusion - the introduction of blood or blood plasma into a vein or arterytransfusion - the introduction of blood or blood plasma into a vein or artery
intromission, insertion, introduction - the act of putting one thing into another
exchange transfusion - slow removal of a person's blood and its replacement with equal amounts of a donor's blood
2.transfusion - the action of pouring a liquid from one vessel to anothertransfusion - the action of pouring a liquid from one vessel to another
action - something done (usually as opposed to something said); "there were stories of murders and other unnatural actions"
decantation - the act of gently pouring off a clear liquor (as from its original bottle) without disturbing the lees
Translations
كَمِيَّة الدَّم المنْقولنَقْلُ الدَّمنَقْل الدَّم
transfuzetransfúzetrasfúze
transfusionblodtransfusion
verensiirto
transfuzija
blóîgjöf
輸血
수혈
transfúzia
transfusion
การถ่ายเลือด
sự truyền máu

transfusion

[trænsˈfjuːʒən] Ntransfusión f
to give sb a blood transfusionhacer a algn una transfusión de sangre

transfusion

[trænsˈfjuːʒən] ntransfusion f

transfusion

n
(also blood transfusion)Blutübertragung f, → (Blut)transfusion f; to give somebody a transfusionjdm eine Blutübertragung or (Blut)transfusion geben; (blood) transfusion serviceBlutspendedienst m
(fig) a transfusion of public money into …eine Finanzspritze aus öffentlichen Geldern für …; it was like a transfusion of new life into their friendshipes war, als ob ihre Freundschaft von neuem Leben durchdrungen or erfüllt würde

transfusion

[trænsˈfjuːʒn] ntrasfusione f
to give sb a blood transfusion → praticare una trasfusione di sangue a qn

transfuse

(trӕnsˈfjuːz) verb
to transfer (the blood of one person) into the veins of another.
transˈfusion (-ʒən) noun
1. a quantity of blood transferred from one person to another. She was given a blood transfusion.
2. the act or process of transferring blood from one person to another.

transfusion

نَقْلُ الدَّم transfuze transfusion Transfusion μετάγγιση transfusión verensiirto transfusion transfuzija trasfusione 輸血 수혈 transfusie blodoverføring transfuzja transfusão переливание transfusion การถ่ายเลือด kan aktarımı sự truyền máu 输血

trans·fu·sion

n. transfusión, acto de transferir un fluido a una vena o arteria;
blood ______ de sangre;
direct ______ directa;
exchange ___exsanguino-transfusión;
indirect ______ indirecta.

transfusion

n transfusión f; Have you ever had a transfusion before?..¿Ha recibido alguna vez una transfusión?; autologous blood — autotransfusión f, transfusión de la propia sangre del paciente extraída previamente (antes una cirugía, precedimiento, etc.); exchange — exanguinotransfusión f, reemplazo de la sangre (del paciente) con sangre donada; to give a — hacer una transfusión, poner sangre (fam); I need to give you a transfusion..Tengo que hacerle una transfusión..Tengo que ponerle sangre; — of red blood cells (platelets, etc.) transfusión de glóbulos rojos (plaquetas, etc.) transgender adj transgénero (inv); a — man un transgénero; a — person un or una transgénero, una persona transgénero; a — woman una mujer transgénero, una transgénero
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However, alloimmunization to RBC group antigens is a major complication of allogeneic blood transfusion and generally presents significant challenges in the management of SCD patients [12].
Acheson, "A cohort investigation of anaemia, treatment and the use of allogeneic blood transfusion in colorectal cancer surgery," Annals of Medicine and Surgery, vol.
Allogeneic blood transfusion is independently associated with increased risk of infection and other adverse postoperative outcomes, especially in countries with low or medium human development index [6, 7].
Perioperative transfusion rates were generally lower for allogeneic blood transfusion than autologous transfusion (Figure 1(c)).
(7,8,11-15) In addition to primary acquisition costs of the blood products, activity-based costs of blood transfusion and secondary costs of complications related to allogeneic blood transfusion have to be considered.
Allogeneic blood transfusion not only causes adverse reactions that would lead to the spread of various infectious diseases, but also increases the economic and psychological burden of patients and their families.
Leukoreduction for the prevention of adverse reactions from allogeneic blood transfusion. Cochrane Database Syst Rev.
The association of preoperative anemia and perioperative allogeneic blood transfusion with the risk of surgical site infection.
The mechanisms involved in the immunomodulatory effect of allogeneic blood transfusion have not been elucidated yet, but it has been suggested that these adverse effects may be mediated by white blood cells present in transfused cellular blood components and the generation of inflammatory mediators [12].
(15.) Hill GE, Frawley WH, Griffith KE, Forestner JE, Minei JP Allogeneic blood transfusion increases the risk of postoperative bacterial infection: a meta-analysis.
A number of autologous blood options are available that can decrease the demand for allogeneic blood transfusion. Besides, alternatives such as erythropoietin and blood substitutes have revolutionized the management of surgical patients.