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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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Despite the importance of RBC transfusions in improving SCD patients' outcomes and morbidity, alloimmunization to RBC group antigens is one of the major adverse effects of allogeneic blood transfusion [12].
Schwab, "Allogeneic blood transfusions and postoperative infections after lumbar spine surgery," The Spine Journal, vol.
It is also the main predictor for perioperative allogeneic blood transfusions and the use of haematinics.
Likewise, these protocols can help improve patient outcomes by guiding hemostatic therapy and avoiding unnecessary transfusions as well as the deleterious effects of allogeneic blood transfusions. (8,9) Thromboelastometric analysis and guided therapy has also been shown to be able to predict and help prevent thromboembolic events.
Allogeneic blood transfusion is a potentially hazardous method similar to allogeneic organ transplantation.
Do antifibrinolytics reduce allogeneic blood transfusion in orthopedic surgery?
Indications for autologous blood collecting were all elective surgical procedures where allogeneic blood transfusion was applied in 10% or more cases.
Among other risks, allogeneic blood transfusion has been incriminated in transfusion-associated immunomodulation, with initiation of a secondary inflammatory response enhancing the inflammatory insult evoked by the surgical procedure.
Transfusion-related mortality: the ongoing risks of allogeneic blood transfusion and the available strategies for their prevention.
Although allogeneic blood transfusion has become increasingly safe, the risk of transmissible diseases and transfusion reactions has not been entirely eliminated.
The estimated incidence of major obstetric haemorrhage in the UK is 6.7 per 1000 deliveries (Waterstone & Bewely 2001), so there is an opportunity to reduce allogeneic blood transfusion and conserve the national blood supply by using ICS in caesarean sections where major blood loss is anticipated.
Erythropoietin with iron supplementation to prevent allogeneic blood transfusion in total hip join arthroplasty.