prestorage

prestorage

(priːˈstɔːrɪdʒ)
adj
occurring before storage
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7,8) In fact many institutions have implemented universal prestorage leukoreduction.
The effect of unmodified or prestorage white cell-reduced allogeneic red cell transfusions on the immune responsiveness in orthopedic surgery patients.
The company for the sake of hygiene and other reasons choose stainless steel for the construction of the prestorage tanks and digesters.
2) The Prestorage of the Values of Subentry of the Compressibility Factor.
Prestorage low oxygen atmosphere treatment reduces chilling injury symptoms in Fuerte' avocado fruit.
In addition, incidence of transfusion-related reactions has decreased considerably due to prestorage leukoreduction.
Examining the effects of prestorage incubation of turkey breeder eggs on embryonic development and hatchability of eggs stored for four or fourteen days.
Note: Where indicated and if available, prestorage leukodepleted products obtained from blood services are preferable to bedside leukodepletion; prestorage leukodepletion removes leucocytes prior to release of cytokines, which are responsible for adverse effects such as febrile non-haemolytic reactions.
Surprisingly, in this study the incidence of MODS (20%) was similar in the groups that received standard BCD-RBCs and prestorage filtered RBC; however, MODS-related death occurred more often in patients that received BCD-RBCs.
The coming year we are going to begin with universal prestorage leukoreduction, because this has come as a necessity.