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Introduction: Perfusion

Description of Perfusion

Perfusion: The movement of fluid through tissue such as the movement of blood through the lung tissue as it picks up oxygen.

Perfusion: artificial pumping of a fluid through a tissue or organ via blood vessels, especially to supply drugs or nutrients; for the concept of pumping of one's own blood through artificial means use EXTRACORPOREAL CIRCULATION.
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Perfusion: Related Topics

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