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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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fluorescens * bloodstream infection ([dagger]) diagnosed during February 4, 2005-March 31, 2006, and 2) who had received treatment at a clinic known to have used the contaminated flush before it was recalled.
fluorescens bloodstream infection had already been diagnosed after a positive blood culture, and in others, blood cultures were negative for patients who had known exposures to the contaminated flush and later had onset of bloodstream infection symptoms.
The tricky part, he adds, is separating the baby's DNA from maternal DNA that also floats in the bloodstream.
Anthim would remove the toxin from the bloodstream even after symptoms appear and buy crucial time for later-stage antibiotic treatment.
They can really pass through and penetrate the bloodstream," Mathiowitz says.
The New York team examined the concentrations of vitamin C in the mothers' bloodstreams and in blood from the infants' umbilical cords.
Lipoprotein(a) belongs to a class of cholesterol-carrying molecules that circulate in the bloodstream.
Roughly half of all sepsis patients die-even if an antibiotic manages to clear the bacteria from the bloodstream.