autohemotherapy

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autohemotherapy

[¦ȯd·ō‚hēm·ə′ther·ə·pē]
(medicine)
Treatment of disease with the patient's own blood, withdrawn by venipuncture and then injected intramuscularly.
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The birds were then randomly assigned to receive either no resuscitation (control group, n = 10), autotransfusion of the blood volume removed (mixed 7:1 with sodium citrate) (blood group, n = 10), fluid replacement with a hemoglobin-based oxygen carrier (Hemospan, Sangart Inc, San Diego, CA, USA) (hemospan group, n = 10), or fluid replacement with a colloid (HAES-steril 200/0.
Autotransfusion is a technique whereby the blood of a patient is recovered, washed and reinfused, avoiding disease transmission like hepatitis and AIDS.
The Cardiopulmonary Business Unit (heart-lung machines, oxygenators and autotransfusion blood circulation systems) reported revenues of [euro]87.
The paper "On-Line Autotransfusion Waste Calculator" published in the Journal of The American Society of Extra-Corporeal Technology describes how GBR's calculator uses a spreadsheet to estimate the cost of wastage seen with the traditional machines that salvage only red blood cells.
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The system complements Haemonetics' extensive autotransfusion product portfolio.
Contract notice: Purchase and delivery of artificial joint implants, bone cement, disposable equipment for autotransfusion and other anastomoses used in trauma-orthopedic surgery.
The HARMONY system is designed to supply suction for the Haemonetics OrthoPAT(R), cardioPAT(R) and Cell Saver(R) autotransfusion systems.
The Cardiopulmonary Business Unit (heart-lung machines, extra-corporeal and autotransfusion blood circulation systems) posted revenues of [euro]64.
autotransfusion devices for the needs of "KAIL" and "Department of Vascular Surgery" at the University Hospital "St.
Surgical blood salvage, also called autotransfusion, recovers blood lost by a patient during surgery, cleans the blood, and makes it available for transfusion back to the patient, reducing or eliminating the need for the patient to be transfused with donated blood.