Examples of plasma in a Sentence
the plasma that makes up a star
Our new TV is a 50-inch plasma.
Recent Examples of plasma from the Web
With myriad plasma screens, more officials and smarter decor, the NFL version looks like a cross between a luxury hotel lobby and a competition for pro computer gamers.
Common treatment involves rest and physical therapy; in Ohtani’s case, he’s also received stem cell injections and platelet-rich plasma therapy to help with the healing process.
Patients have also been given plasma donations from the blood of Ebola survivors to boost the body's immune response.
Harrison continued donating for more than 60 years, and his plasma has been used to make millions of Anti-D injections, according to the Red Cross.
Harrison continued donating for more than 60 years and his plasma has been used to make millions of Anti-D injections, according to the Red Cross.
Having already studied Enceladus, scientists knew that these kinds of plumes in space could affect the magnetic field and plasma environment, Jia said.
Before long, researchers had developed an injection, called Anti-D, using plasma from Harrison’s donated blood.
Jackson missed the first 21 games of the 2016-17 season after a platelet-rich plasma injection to treat left knee tendinitis.
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PLASMA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of plasma for English Language Learners
medical : the watery part of blood that contains blood cells
: a substance that is similar to a gas but that can carry electricity
: a type of visual display for computers, televisions, etc., that uses plasma with electrical charges between two sheets of glass and that produces pictures that are very clear and bright
PLASMA Defined for Kids
medical Definition of plasma
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