blood crisis


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blood crisis

[′bləd ‚krī·səs]
(medicine)
The sudden appearance of large numbers of nucleated erythrocytes in the circulating blood.
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Grande International Hospital appreciated the effort of Nabil Bank for the contribution made in support of current blood crisis situation in the country.
Addressing the event, the Chief Minister announced that Tripura is soon coming up with an annual calendar to overcome blood crisis in the state besides maintaining uniformity among major donor agencies.
The Red Cross operated in both Canada and the United States throughout the troubled 1980s, at the time of the tainted blood crisis that swept through North America and the rest of the world.
#I have never donated blood, but I now plan to do so after reading about the blood crisis in the Mirror.
He has an alternative solution to the blood crisis - cure vampirism.
They have an alternative solution to the blood crisis: cure vampirism.
Sympathetic to the human cause, Edward meets human resistance leader Elvis (Dafoe) who has a solution to the blood crisis: cure vampirism.
Sympathetic to the human cause, he is introduced to resistance leader Elvis (Willem Dafoe) and an alternative solution to the blood crisis is clear: to cure vampirism.
The blood crisis was revealed at the Royal Orthopaedie Hospital, Birmingham which takes major surgery cases from all parts of the Region.
* The blood crisis of two decades ago, which cost Canadians hundreds of millions of dollars and which led to the demise of the Red Cross involvement in the blood banks, was directly related to infected homosexuals giving blood.
At the height of this week's blood crisis stocks of blood were 40 per cent below the required levels.