Elective aortic surgery with minimal banked blood

Glazier, David B.; Ciocca, Rocco G.; Gosin, Jeffrey S.; Murphy, David P.; Graham, Alan M.
February 1998
American Surgeon;Feb1998, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p171
Academic Journal
Assesses the utilization of blood products in patients undergoing elective infrarenal aortic surgery over an 18-month period. Effect of using Cell Saver and autologous blood transfusion in decreasing the need for allogenic blood transfusion; Factors analyzed in the course of the study; Results and discussions.


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