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fresh blood

Blood that has been collected less than 48 hours prior to its use in a transfusion.
See also: blood
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Brothers and sisters, we will announce today a reshuffle of the UAE Cabinet, to infuse fresh blood into our ranks, stimulate positive change in preparation for the Centenary of our Nation," Shaikh Mohammad tweeted.
PBM tailors care for each patient for minimization if not elimination of the use of fresh blood, using methods that boost red cell mass.
To the most receptive ears, Fresh Blood builds purposefully on White's acclaimed debut Big Inner, propelled by the strings, horns and busy percussion of its progenitor's dizzying vision.
The ambulance is to begin delivering fresh blood supplies to the scenes of life-threatening accidents from January - the first time blood transfusions will be made available outside of hospitals in the North East.
Invitation to participate in the Fresh Blood event at Stirling's renowned Bloody Scotland festival is the cherry on the cake.
4% 24 hours after transfusion; patients receiving fresh blood saw no significant change.
FORMER Dubs star Senan Connell believes Pat Gilroy should have started the Leinster Championship campaign with fresh blood.
O'Leary believes the Gunners should keep faith in Wenger but that the manager needs to wield the axe and bring in fresh blood.
Campbell, Cox and Arquette wearily reprise their iconic roles, flanked by some fresh faces, who not so much inject as spill and spray fresh blood into the franchise.
SYLVAIN DISTIN believes Everton's emerging youngsters are providing the injection of fresh blood the squad needs ahead of the new season.
Decimated by the loss of Platinumlancelot, Bomber Bailey, Glenwood Dream, Royal Honcho and Toomaline Jack this year, fresh blood is urgently required to save this exhilarating branch of the sport from being flushed down the pan.
He stressed that there are no alternatives to fresh blood.