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bloodstream

the flow of blood through the vessels of a living body

bloodstream

[′bləd ‚strēm]
(physiology)
The flow of blood in its circulation through the body.
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Its DualCap System[TM] is a family of user-friendly products that provides healthcare facilities with a cost-effective, integrated solution for IV disinfection and protection, helping in the fight against IV catheter-related blood stream infections.
9 percent of specific common pathogens (infection- causing microorganisms) known to cause catheter-related blood stream infections, including the highly treatment-resistant bacteria called methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA.
When they arrive, the alcohol that perhaps hadn't entered the blood stream earlier has had time to go through the system.
Jude research team looked at multiple human cell structures in their quest to identify how the infectious microbe travels from an innocuous place in the throat to the blood stream where the disease becomes active.
The Port L-Cath product, a soft tube which enables infusion into the blood stream via a small implanted cylinder (a port) in the chest, addresses the subcutaneous port access market.
The Panoderm system, based on the principles of iontophoresis, electrically charges skin tissue with positive and negative ions which draw drug from the cartridge and into the blood stream.
He was, however, deeply involved in the landmark trial he initiated which led to the recent FDA approved label expansion for CUBICIN([R]) (daptomycin for injection) to include Staphylococcus aureus blood stream infections (bacteremia), including right-sided endocarditis.
Now, with this state-of-the-art manufacturing system in commercial production, and with BiovaxID currently in Phase 3, we will soon be able to address on a large scale the growing public health problem of life-threatening cancers of the blood stream.
Intraosseous (IO) infusion provides a direct conduit to the blood stream through the bone, and is gaining widespread acceptance as an alternate route to administer IV drugs and fluids.
In contrast, Gabapentin GR achieves improved bioavailability at higher doses with a greater percentage of the administered dose reaching the blood stream where it can work to manage pain.