Taylor, K. M.
September 2005
Perfusion;Sep2005, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p235
Academic Journal
Comments on the results of a national survey of intraoperative blood conservation techniques in cardiac surgery. Concerns regarding reduced availability of donor blood; Determination of the vital organ damage during cardiac surgery; Details of the clinical research.


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