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artificial blood

artificial blood

Artificial oxygen carrier Transfusion medicine A synthetic or semisynthetic substance used to transport O2; usually a blood loss of 20-25% is well tolerated and crystalloids–eg, dextrose, are adequate to raise the blood volume to acceptable levels
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While attending McGill University in 1956 as an undergraduate student, Chang had a vision to design the first artificial blood cell.
fell sharply Friday, the first day of trading after the developer of an artificial blood product said it expected to be sued by the Securities and Exchange Commission over disclosure of its communications with drug regulators.
Microfluidizer[R] high-shear fluid processors are used for developing and processing many pharmaceuticals including vaccines, dispersions, emulsions, artificial blood and controlled release technology.
A number of driving forces have led to the development of artificial blood substitutes (1).
They have to identify fingerprints, seal off the scene, spot traces of artificial blood we've left and any signs of violence.
An artificial blood would also counter increasing blood supply difficulties.
Although there is talk of artificial blood substitutes, humans still can't chemically synthesize molecules that can do everything a red blood cell does.
Chemistry and Biochemistry of Oxygen Therapeutics: From Transfusion to Artificial Blood links the underlying biochemical principles of the field with chemical and biotechnological innovations and pre-clinical development.
Tenders are invited for provision of Artificial blood vessels
The production of artificial blood in industrial scale like that in factories could soon be a reality, once artificial blood produced from human stem cells is successfully transfused in patients.
Claire Williams is a make-up and hair designer at Cardiff-based bloodymarvellous, which supplies the film, television, theatre and medical industries with artificial blood products.