cross circulation

cross cir·cu·la·tion

circulation to an animal or one of its parts from the circulation of another animal.
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He said that Sudan's experience in Islamic banking was deeply-rooted, calling on the participants to get acquainted with the Sudan experience not only in the liquidity management; but in the management of foreign exchange resources under an unjust blockade, referring to the successes of the Sudan in providing a clearing system in foreign currencies eased the cross circulation.
The long ward had windows on both sides for cross circulation of the external fresh air.
Induction agents and muscle relaxants administered to one baby can cause airway obstruction, hypoventilation, or apnea in the other one, particularly in conjoined twins with marked cross circulation.
Anaesthetic management of thoracopagus twins with complex cyanotic heart disease for cardiac assessment: special considerations related to ventilation and cross circulation.
The most significant anesthetic challenges in these patients include airway management, positioning to avoid neurological lesions, trauma due to airway compression or obstruction, associated pathologies, and the percentage of cross circulation (a factor of significant pharmacodynamic and pharmacokynetic importance with hemodynamic implications, and which is more pronounced in this type of conjoined twins) (4).
It is worth noting that the contrast injection (gadolinium) revealed cross circulation because when one of the twins was injected, the circulatory system of her sister was immediately visualized (Figure 8).
Greatly expanded concessions and restrooms will be accessed from these three concourses and will divert the flow of fans outside the bowl; thereby minimizing internal cross circulation and current disruptions to the fan's viewing experience.
The replacement of doors bondage cross circulations and staircase enclosures.