Translation of transfuse in Spanish:

transfuse

Pronunciation: /trænsˈfjuːz; trænsˈfjuːz; trɑːn-/

vt

  • [blood] hacer* una transfusión de; [funds/aid] inyectar
    More example sentences
    • 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.

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