transfusion

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transfusion

the injection of blood, blood plasma, etc., into the blood vessels of a patient
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transfusion

[tranz′fyü·zhən]
(medicine)
The administration of blood, or one of its components, as a part of treatment.
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Doppler ultrasound velocimetry for timing the second intrauterine transfusion in fetuses with anemia from red cell alloimmunization.
Intrauterine transfusion (IUT) is the most common and successful intrauterine procedure for the treatment of fetal anemia due to red cell alloimmunization [1].
The most common indications for issuing CMV-seronegative products were neonates younger than 4 months (49%, 1228 of 2481), intrauterine transfusion (23%, 583 of 2481), and HPC or solid organ transplant with CMV-seronegative donor and recipient (14% [345 of 2481] and 13% [316 of 2481], respectively) (Table 2).

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