blood supply

blood supply

the volume of blood supplied to an organ or part during a particular time period. Usually a subjective estimate by a surgeon in determining whether the blood supply is adequate to maintain viability. A retrospective assessment is a common exercise in pathology.
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Contract for the provision of the following services for a period of three years: In the center for regional blood supply in central hungary, The regional blood supply center of pterfy, The regional blood supply center of szeged and the regional blood supply center of debrecen, At least iii.
RAND's report, Toward a Sustainable Blood Supply in the United States: An Analysis of the Current System and Alternatives for the Future, was released in late 2016 (1) and was considered by the HHS Advisory Committee on Blood and Tissue Safety and Availability at its most recent meeting in November 2016.
In this direction, as a first step, the interior, health, defense and budget departments should issue a joint memorandum circular (1) requiring (not merely encouraging) all barangays, towns, cities and provinces to generate, every year, blood supply equivalent to at least 1 percent of their respective populations, possibly broken down quarterly; (2) making blood supply generation as one of the indicators for the grant of the DILG (Department of the Interior and Local Government) Seal of Good Local Governance (SGLG); (3) allowing a portion of the local DRRM (Disaster Risk Reduction and Management) fund to be used for blood supply generation (i.
Based on available data, only two countries have achieved or are very close to achieving a blood supply that comes from 100% voluntary non-remunerated blood donations.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the blood supply of the human bile duct and identify the underlying mechanisms of bile duct complications after liver transplantation.
Blood collection from voluntary non-remunerated blood donors is the cornerstone of a safe and sufficient blood supply.
UNITED KINGDOM -- Obstructive sleep apnea may cause changes in blood vessel function that reduces blood supply to the heart in people who are otherwise healthy, according to new research.
Donating blood is vital to replenishing our nation's blood supply and saving the lives of critically ill or injured patients in need of blood transfusions.
A surgeon from London's Hammersmith Hospital claims to have overcome one of the most insurmountable problems: securing the complex blood supply.
Each contraction cuts off blood supply to the muscular wall of the womb, sta
blood supply, according to an industry-funded study.
During a TRAM flap, the surgeon removes the tissue, fat and the muscle to preserve the major blood supply that runs through the muscle for use in the new breast.