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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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For mosquitoes fed on artificial blood meals, the effect of mosquito strain, virus strain, and dpi, as well as interactions among these, on percentage of bodies infected was analyzed by using a nominal logistic regression, with separate analyses for each blood meal titer ([approximately equalt o] 4, 5, or 6 [log.
Surgical Methods: Control group: The patients were treated by incision of AAA and artificial blood vessel replacement.
She must spy on a former professor who invented a formula for making artificial blood, a formula so important that governments and underworld figures around the globe are willing to go to great lengths to obtain it.
In addition to having potential applications in the stabilization of vaccines and development of inexpensive artificial blood, the stabilizing polymer also allows vaccines and other biomedical products to be stored for longer periods without refrigeration.
Another problem associated with artificial blood pumps is thrombosis.
Firstly, personal qualities are superseded by the very nature of artificial blood, which reduces the intrinsic qualities of blood types to mere preferred flavourings.
Then the real fun began - spraying my entire head and neck with a silicone airbrush to give me a grotesque colour, before adding artificial blood and make-up.
AstonUniversity: Aston University researchers showcase safer and improved artificial blood pumps at the Houses of Parliament.
ARTIFICIAL blood created from stem cells could soon be tested on Britons.
Chemistry and biochemistry of oxygen therapeutics; from transfusion to artificial blood.
Prof Reinhard Niessner's team used an isolated rodent heart flushed with artificial blood to test for effects on heart function.