Traducción de transplant en Español:

transplant

trasplantar, v.

Pronunciación /transˈplɑːnt//tranzˈplɑːnt//træn(t)sˈplænt/

verbo transitivo

  • 1

    (in medicine, gardening)
    trasplantar
    • Sow vegetables and flowering annual seeds indoors about six weeks before transplanting to the garden.
    • Scientists hope to someday cure disease by transplanting healthy stem cells into sick people.
    • The seedlings can be left in these pots until planted into the flowerbeds, or can be transplanted into hanging baskets or window boxes when large enough to handle.
    • Mid winter is perfect for repotting your indoor plants since many plants need to be transplanted into larger containers every two to three years.
    • Instead of transplanting an organ, the cells of an organ are being transplanted.
    • Nevertheless, successfully transplanting animal organs into human beings is still a long way off.
    • So now you have 2 great methods for successfully transplanting rose bushes.
    • Organs transplanted from living donors achieve a greater rate of success than do organs from deceased donors.
    • Organs have been successfully transplanted from donors in their 70s and 80s.
    • Now Israeli scientists have successfully transplanted embryonic pig stem cells into mice.
    • The heart or other organs can be transplanted or kept going by mechanical methodry, but the brain without electrical impulse is useless.
    • Even with a human-to-human organ transplant the body's defence mechanisms attempt to destroy the foreign organ.
    • Many different tissues can be transplanted such as whole organs like the heart, or cells as in bone marrow transplantation.
    • Commercial growers, incidentally, prefer the dormant plants because they make better runners than plants that are transplanted before they go dormant.
    • Flowering bulbs can be transplanted, if done carefully, into decorative containers.
    • Kidneys were the first organs to be successfully transplanted.
    • With her cancer cured, the ovarian tissue was transplanted back into her body, and she began ovulating normally again.
    • Scientists have produced evidence that stem cells from the brain may be among the few tissues that can be transplanted from one body to another with minimal risk of rejection.
    • A few rainy days were spent cleaning up the field, so there are several neat rows and some newly transplanted banana trees.
    • Still, many young, recently transplanted trees are fertilized to prevent nutrient deficiencies and stimulate more rapid growth.
    • You can transplant in the spring up until the plants leaf out.
    • The organs need to be transplanted into the other person within a matter of hours.
    • Inoculated seedlings were transplanted into pots containing 180 ml perlite/sand medium.
    • There are currently researchers working across the country transplanting embryonic stem cells into rats.
    • Cranberry plants are transplanted to new farm fields in April or May.
    • Organs routinely are transplanted from one person to another, and even some limb transplants have been successful.
    • The right side of the liver was transplanted into an adult patient, who also survived.
    • Set slips deep enough to cover three-fourths of the stem and water them promptly after transplanting to the garden.
    • The miniature kidneys and heart tissue were then transplanted back into the cows that the adult cells were taken from.
    • For perennial plants, cuttings may be planted in situ or in a nursery and later transplanted in spring or summer.
    • Newly transplanted ornamentals have limited root systems and will be under stress.
    • Since there was no artificial liver or heart equivalent to the artificial kidney, if these transplanted organs did not function immediately, death was inevitable.
    • Please sign a donor card; physicians will decide whether your organs and tissues can be transplanted.
    • Seedlings must be transplanted twice before being planted on the slopes where they will be allowed to mature.
    • Try transplanting a few flowers and herbs, or a pepper plant, into windowsill pots to keep summer around a little longer.
    • The extra seedlings can be transplanted but require frequent watering for the first several weeks.
    • Seedlings were then transplanted into clay pots and grown under 16-hour days in the University greenhouses.
    • The following herbicides can be safely applied to labeled newly transplanted stock, with the restrictions noted.
    • The cost to transplant each tree is about $3,500, excluding arborist services and care and maintenance.
    • If a cadaver liver is available, it can be transplanted into an adult recipient.

verbo intransitivo

  • 1

    (be planted again)
    a shrub that transplants easily un arbusto fácil de trasplantar

nombre

  • 1

    (operation)
    trasplante masculino
    he's had a heart/kidney transplant le han hecho un trasplante de corazón/riñón
    • hair transplant implante capilar / de cabello
    • before noun transplant operation operación de trasplante
    • transplant patient paciente que ha sido o va a ser sometido a un trasplante
    • The world's first successful lung transplant was performed at Toronto General in November of 1983.
    • He's had a heart transplant operation and it's proved successful.
    • Organ transplants are major surgery and if you find a suitable donor and survive, life is the big prize.
    • Last year, Britain recorded its the highest number of organ transplant operations ever with 2,867 carried out thanks to the generosity of 1,240 donors.
    • The youngster starts 10 days of chemotherapy, which will be immediately followed by a life-saving stem cell transplant.
    • It isn't a problem if you're a normal, healthy individual, but if you go into hospital for a kidney transplant or similar operation, you will be very vulnerable.
    • She was recently diagnosed with end-stage renal disease and is awaiting a renal transplant.
    • This would give a second chance to people who are waiting for organ transplants for which available organs are in short supply.
    • The doctor who led the operation is one of the world's leading transplant surgeons.
    • People who need corneal transplants will be able to get corneal transplants.
    • Not only is he the majority leader, he's also a cardiac transplant surgeon.
    • We report the case of a woman who had undergone a successful allogeneic bone marrow transplant for acute myeloid leukemia.
    • A leading clergyman who has bounced back after a transplant operation and surgery for cancer is facing a third major operation this week.
    • He underwent a transplant operation four-and-a-half years ago, but the kidney donated by his father was rejected.
    • My doctor was one of the nation's leading surgeons for corneal transplants.
    • Each was followed by charts depicting nerve function before and after the transplant surgery.
    • How do doctors choose who deserves to have a life-saving liver transplant?
    • Over the next 20 years the clinic's international reputation grew and the first heart transplant was performed there.
    • The best current methods for transplant surgery or against organ rejection cannot be separated from the research and healthcare settings that make such practices possible.
    • Cornea transplants are one of the most common organ and tissue transplants performed in the United States.
  • 2

    (organ)
    trasplante masculino
    • But still, in the end most of the transplants have been rejected, and usually sooner rather than later.
    • It is vital to work out how to prevent these transplants from being rejected.
    • The transplants had a toxic effect in many of the women, having not only anti-tumor activity but also attacking normal cells.
    • It is like a human transplant patient rejecting the transplant, but more complicated.
    • If you have had an autologous transplant, your body will not reject the bone marrow.
    • Should the recipient's body reject the transplant, it raises the possibility that the patient will be left worse off than before.
    • The transplant rejects the body rather than the other way around, a very nasty situation called graft versus host disease.
    • He is likely to be in hospital for at least a month and will be taking drugs to suppress his immune system so that his body does not reject the transplant.
    • Currently in the United States, more than 80,000 people are living with functioning renal transplants.
    • You may have to take medicine for the rest of your life to prevent your body from rejecting the transplant.
    • Another theory is that a woman's higher oestrogen levels make her organs more prone to rejection and at the same time make it more likely that her body will reject an organ transplant.
    • If you need a new heart or liver, it might be possible to grow a new perfect transplant using your own cells.
    • The second problem with kidney transplantation is that the recipient's body recognises the transplant as if it were an invader, and tries to destroy it.