perfuse

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To force a fluid to flow over or through something, especially through an organ of the body
To permeate or suffuse something, either with a liquid or with light
{v} to sprinkle, tincture, overspread
{f} sprinkle, spray; pour; drip
to pour over or through
cause to spread or flush or flood through, over, or across; "The sky was suffused with a warm pink color"
force a fluid through (a body part or tissue); "perfuse a liver with a salt solution
force a fluid through (a body part or tissue); "perfuse a liver with a salt solution"
To suffuse; to fill full or to excess
perfuse over
sprinkle over, spray over, drip over
perfusion
The introduction of a drug or nutrients through the bloodstream in order to reach an internal organ or tissues
perfused
past of perfuse
perfusing
present participle of perfuse
perfusion
Flow of liquid through a network of vessels or tissue
perfusion
passage of blood through the vascular tissue into the interstitial space
perfusion
Pulmonary tuberculosis
perfusion
The passage of a fluid through blood vessels to an organ or tissue, regulated by the available Perfusion Pressure
perfusion
The passage of a fluid (blood or other) through the vessels of organs or tissues
perfusion
pumping of blood or artificial media through the blood vessels of an isolated organ for the purpose of nourishment
perfusion
Perfusion is the passage of fluid through a tissue It can refer to the passage of blood through the lung tissue to pick up oxygen from the air in the alveoli and the release of carbon dioxide Or, perfusion can refer to the deliberate introduction of fluid into a tissue, usually by injection into the blood vessels supplying the tissue
perfusion
1 flowing over or through
perfusion
The flow of blood through capillaries
perfusion
Dispersal of oxygen-rich blood to virtually all tissues in the body
perfusion
The act of perfusing
perfusion
Delivery of anti-cancer agents into the blood vessels and tissues of an organ (liver or lung) or region of the body (usually an arm or a leg) using a special circulating bypass machine Such a procedure is performed to treat cancer that has spread but is limited to that organ or region of the body
perfusion
Pumping a fluid through the lumen of a vessel, e g pancreatic duct or renal artery
perfusion
pumping a liquid into an organ or tissue (especially by way of blood vessels)
perfusion
fluid passing through an organ or a part of the body
perfusion
{i} spray, sprinkling, pouring; dripping
perfusion
The movement of blood throughout a tissue If the body's tissues are not well perfused with blood they will not function properly or will die If the lungs are not properly perfused, proper gas exchange cannot take place; the body will retain carbon dioxide and be unable to renew its stores of oxygen Press the "back" button to return to where you came from
perfusion
flow
perfuse

    Hyphenation

    per·fuse

    Pronunciation

    Etymology

    [ (")p&r-'fyüz ] (transitive verb.) 15th century. Middle English, from Latin perfusus, past participle of perfundere to pour over, from per- through + fundere to pour; more at FOUND.

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