refers to any type of abnormal heart rhythm
the act of manually providing chest compressions and ventilations to patients in cardiac arrest in an effort to provide oxygenated blood to the brain and organs, revers process of death
abnormally high body temperature
the breakdown of red blood cells. some diseases, medicines and toxins may cause red blood cells to break down more quickly than usual.
to stop flow of blod
(of cells or tissue) obtained from the same individual
an instrument for preventing the flow of blood from an open blood vessel by compression of the vessel
a single donor and manufactured into cryoprecipitate that contains factor XIII to produce fibrinogen
the production of a partial vacuum by the removal of air in order to force fluid into a vacant space or produce adhesion remove (something) using suction
the Rh blood group system is a human blood group system. it contains proteins on the surface of red blood cells. after ABO blood group, it is the most likely to be involved in transfusion reactions.