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American English: /ˌtræn(t)sˈfjuʒən/
British English: /transˈfjʊːʒ(ə)n/
, /trɑːns-/, /-nz-/

Translation of transfusion in Spanish:


uncountable and countable
  • she was given a transfusion
    le hicieron una transfusión (de sangre)
    she brought a transfusion of vitality into his life [literary]
    inyectó vitalidad en su vida
    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.

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