predeposit

predeposit

(ˌpriːdɪˈpɒzɪt)
vb (tr)
to deposit beforehand or for future use
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Inclusion of predeposit autologous blood donation and 33 % hypertonic saline solution in the surgical management of patients with peritoneal echinococcosis.
Clinical study of predeposit autologous transfusion in total knee replacanent.
The amount of predeposit payable would be subject to a ceiling of `10 crore.
Autologous transfusion (predeposit autologous blood, acute normovolaemic hemodilution, intraoperative and postoperative blood salvation) is an economically justifiable and safe alternative.
Starting at t = 0, the entire game is called the predeposit game.
Predeposit autologous donations have become the standard of care for many elective surgery procedures (31).
It had budgeted ` 1 crore under ' predeposit of income tax' but ended up depositing ` 4.25 crore.
The success of a predeposit autologous transfusion program at our 339-bed community hospital is just such a dream come true.
When the AABB polled its institutional members nearly three years ago, it found that 49 per cent or 861 out of the 1,774 responding hospitals had at least one type of autologous transfusion program--primarily predeposit phlebotomy (blood drawn from the patient before surgery, as in our hospital) or intraoperative salvage (blood displaced during surgery and recycled back into the patient).
The GO solution was directly spin-coated onto the predeposited Ag NW networks.
Instead, hetero-structure fabricated by decorating AgNPs on the predeposited Ti[O.sub.2] thin films demonstrated excellent C[O.sub.2] gas sensing (Figure 12(b)).
In this research article, an effective method to improve the corrosion resistance of Ni coating predeposited on 304 stainless steel (1Cr18Ni9) by jet electrodeposition has been reported.