Definición de transfuse en inglés:

transfuse

Saltos de línea: trans|fuse
Pronunciación: /transˈfjuːz
 
, trɑːns-, -nz-/

verbo

[with object]
  • 1 Medicine Transfer (blood or its components) from one person or animal to another: it is usual to transfuse blood screened for cytomegalovirus (as adjective transfused) white cells in the transfused blood [no object]: the decision to transfuse was made
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    • The products included all categories of red blood cells, platelets, and plasma (including cryoprecipitate), as well as autologous whole blood transfused into adult patients.
    • He was transferred to the intensive care unit and was transfused 12 units of blood over the next 48 hours.
    • As a result, the program has been expanded to offer this technique to anyone who might otherwise be transfused with allogenic blood.
  • 1.1Inject (liquid) into a blood vessel to replace lost fluid.
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    • Probably 40% of the people I saw were either transfusing saline or using a blood transfusion.
    • In few cases during perioperative period, the anesthesiologist has to transfuse fluid rapidly to restore the intravascular volume and save the patient from impending hypovolumic shock.
    • At least 20 teachers became ill and were transfused saline during the hunger strike, according to the strikers.
  • 2Cause (something or someone) to be permeated or infused by something: we became transfused by a radiance of joy
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    • Yet the device which makes the main space so ethereal is the west wall, 30m square, and designed to transmute day and sunlight into the luminous blue which transfuses the whole place.
    • The prehistory of this form is obscure, and Stesichorus seems to have no successors: perhaps this was a unique attempt to transfuse epic material into a new medium.
    • The technique transfused her ego with indirect suggestions of being elegant, refined, and of possessing discriminating taste, sophistication, prestige, and elitist status.

Origen

late Middle English (in the sense 'cause to pass from one person to another'): from Latin transfus- 'poured from one container to another', from the verb transfundere, from trans- 'across' + fundere 'pour'.

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