According to those who witnessed the transfusion, the effects of the antibodies were seemingly evident within hours.
Whether those Dogs, that have Peculiarities, will have them either abolisht, or at least much impaired by transfusion of blood?
transfusion of blood into a vein three or four ounces a day?
Said he not that the transfusion of his blood to her veins had made her truly his bride?
There was no hope for her; only a transfusion of blood could save her; she was almost bloodless.
Christianity is a fine inoculation, a transfusion of healthy blood into an anmic or poisoned soul.
That last is not so extraordinary—do you know anything about transfusion?
It helped that transfusion of Christian fancy into classic shape, for which the age was always striving.
In this we see that he anticipated our modern operation of transfusion.
The effect of the transfusion of light through a telescopic image may be easily tried by any one who cares to make the experiment.
1570s, "action of pouring liquid from one vessel to another," from Latin transfusionem (nominative transfusio), noun of action from transfusus (see transfuse). Sense of "transfering of blood from one individual to another" first recorded 1640s.
transfusion trans·fu·sion (trāns-fyōō'zhən)
The transfer of whole blood or blood products from one individual to another.
The intravascular injection of physiological saline solution.
The transfer of blood or a component of blood, such as red blood cells, plasma, or platelets, from one person to another to replace losses caused by injury, surgery, or disease. Donated blood products are tested for blood type and certain infectious diseases and stored in blood banks until they are used. The blood of the donor is shown to be histologically compatible, or crossmatched, with that of the recipient before transfusion. See more at Rh factor. See Note at blood type.