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infusion of body fluid that has previously been withdrawn from the same individual, e.g., reinfusion of ascitic fluid after ultrafiltration.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

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.
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(13.) Testa A, Dejoie T, Lecarrer D, Wratten M, Sereni L, Renaux JL.Reduction of free inmunoglobulin light chains usingadsorption properties of hemodiafiltration with endogenous reinfusion. Blood Purif.
Results on hemoglobin level and erythropoiesis stimulating agents (ESA) consumption were compared before and after the blood reinfusion optimization.
Erbs et al., "Intracoronary infusion of bone marrow-derived mononuclear cells abrogates adverse left ventricular remodelling post-acute myocardial infarction: insights from the reinfusion of enriched progenitor cells and infarct remodelling in acute myocardial infarction (REPAIR-AMI) trial," European Journal of Heart Failure, vol.
The events included increased intensity of conditioning regimens (35 of 52, 67.3%), treatment with interferon (IFN)-a2b (10 of 52, 19.2%), retransplant or reinfusion of donor lymphocyte (5 of 52, 9.6%), fatigue (1 of 52, 1.9%), and pulmonary infection (1 of 52, 1.9%).
Thus, reinfusion of autologous TILs, which possess tumor-specific immunity, may target multiple tumor antigens.
Overall, postoperative cell salvage and reinfusion of washed erythrocytes may be considered to reduce transfusions in patients with bleeding.
A leucocyte depletion filter should be used prior to reinfusion of the salvaged blood to remove additional contaminants that the washing process may not clear.
High dose therapy [BEAM] was given followed by reinfusion of stem cells.
If the patient requires blood reinfusion, the stored blood is washed with saline, filtered, centrifuged, and given back to the patient intravenously.
The recent success of ACT strategies suggests that T cell-specific ACT may be more effective in the context of reinfusion after lympho/myeloablative therapy.
In VA ECMO, the tip of the venous drainage cannula was positioned in the right atrium, and the arterial reinfusion cannula was inserted into the femoral artery.