reinfusion


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reinfusion

 [re″in-fu´zhun]
infusion of body fluid that has previously been withdrawn from the same individual, e.g., reinfusion of ascitic fluid after ultrafiltration.

reinfusion

/re·in·fu·sion/ (-in-fu´zhun) infusion of body fluid that has previously been withdrawn from the same individual, e.g., reinfusion of ascitic fluid after ultrafiltration.

reinfusion

Transfusion medicine The readministration of the Pt's own blood during the operation, which ↓ number of units needed for a particular surgery. See Postoperative reinfusion.

reinfusion

infusion of body fluid that has previously been withdrawn from the same individual, e.g. reinfusion of ascitic fluid after ultrafiltration.
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When combining the two devices with other producer's filtres, pumps and return cannula, they form an extracorporeal bypass circuit that facilitates drainage, filtration and reinfusion of blood for a maximum of six hours.
When combining the two devices with other producera[euro](tm)s filtres, pumps and return cannula, they form an extracorporeal bypass circuit that facilitates drainage, filtration and reinfusion of blood for a maximum of six hours.
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