Definition of transfusion in English:

transfusion

Syllabification: trans·fu·sion
Pronunciation: /ˌtran(t)sˈfyo͞oZHən
 
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noun

An act of transferring donated blood, blood products, or other fluid into the circulatory system of a person or animal.
More example sentences
  • Before death, the organ donor received several transfusions of blood products.
  • She was treated with intravenous folinic acid and antibiotics and was given transfusions of blood products.
  • Whenever possible, transfusions of all blood products should be limited.

Origin

late Middle English: from Latin transfusio(n-), from the verb transfundere (see transfuse).

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