A Manual for Blood Conservation

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Dafydd Thomas, John Thompson, Biddy Ridler
tfm Publishing, 2005 - Medical - 286 pages
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Blood conservation has moved up the political and medical agenda. What was once a backwater of research is now a high priority area for doctors, patients and even governments as evidenced by national directives issued over recent years. Good quality research has shown the value of careful blood transfusion policies, which should be part of all clinical governance programmes. MED000000

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Contents

Transfusion Transmitted Infections
13
Who Needs Transfusion?
35
The Role of the Hospital Blood Bank
57
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