transfusion

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transfusion

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

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.
Treatment of fetal anemia due to red-cell al-loimmunization with intrauterine transfusions in the Netherlands, 1988-1999.
Correlation between middle cerebral artery peak systolic velocity and fetal hemoglobin after 2 previous intrauterine transfusions. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2005;193:1117-20.
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).