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Example sentences for transfusion

But doctors could not immediately give her a transfusion because she had signed a form refusing it on religious grounds.
Testing showed that he had received an illegal blood transfusion.
If the donor and patient aren't genetically similar enough, the patient's body will reject the transfusion.
The other half will get a routine treatment of transfusion with saline solution until they reach the hospital.
But even that amount is less than needed for one transfusion.
Necessarily there would be a need for financial transfusion from the centre for some poverty struck regions.
The steel refrigerator containing blood packets is close to empty, with only three packets ready for transfusion.
He is an intelligent guy who would not take the risk of having a blood transfusion.
Its time for you to undergo a full blood transfusion.
In the same way, an organ that is not matched can trigger a blood transfusion reaction or transplant rejection.
In emergencies, when people need red blood cells but transfusion is not appropriate or available.
Twin-twin transfusion syndrome, which occurs when blood moves from one twin to the other.
Blood transfusion was thus an abomination, broaching deep fears about the pollution of the human species.
We don't devote long speeches to the people who plate the needles needed for blood transfusion apparatus.
My cousin got it from a blood transfusion, granted that was a long time ago.
To reject bringing fresh blood into a body in dire need of transfusion is suicide.
If he's wounded, then he has a guy with the same blood who can give him a transfusion.
If you lose too much blood during the procedure, you may be given a blood transfusion to replenish your blood supply.
He was diagnosed with renal failure, and he was dehydrated, anemic and in need of a blood transfusion.

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