- transforming factor,
- transfusion nephritis,
- transfusion, blood,
Origin of transfusion
Examples from the Web for transfusion
According to those who witnessed the transfusion, the effects of the antibodies were seemingly evident within hours.
It got into his blood, you know, and the only way they could save his life was by transfusion.Left Half Harmon|Ralph Henry Barbour
The memory of his work on the transfusion of blood recurred to me.The Island of Doctor Moreau|H. G. Wells
In no other instance, however, not in that of Lully nor in that of Franck, has the transfusion of blood been so successful.Musical Portraits|Paul Rosenfeld
A glass-syringe with suitable canula, which may, in case of necessity, be used for transfusion.Poisons: Their Effects and Detection|Alexander Wynter Blyth
If I can induce some good healthy man to consent to a transfusion of blood, I think it would buck Dan up considerably.Kindred of the Dust|Peter B. Kyne
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.