reconstituted blood


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reconstituted blood

A blood product used in transfusion therapy composed of components of blood (packed red blood cells plus plasma), which have been recombined after their separation and storage.
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A blood transfusion using the soldier's own reconstituted blood would eliminate compatibility problems and the dangers of infection.
Two mL of the reconstituted blood (without WBCs and PLTs) was then used for the hemolysis assay by adding 2 mL of AAPH solution and 2 mL of PBS followed by incubation at 37 [degrees]C for 2, 3 and 4 hours, respectively.
USE] is the absorbance of the reconstituted blood obtained from rats administered USE, and [A.