Scientific Basis of Transfusion Medicine: Implications for Clinical Practice
The most comprehensive text of its kind, this resource offers a clear understanding of the principles underlying the use of blood products and transfusion techniques in clinical medicine. It includes discussions of hematopoiesis, red cells, granulocytes, platelets, intrauterine transfusion, transplantation, and transfusion-transmitted diseases. The 2nd Edition features new coverage of thrombopoietin, stem cell transplants, blood cell collection and detection as well as the impact of emerging technologies.
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