Child's Nervous System

, Volume 7, Issue 1, pp 40–42

Autologous hemodonation in the corrective surgery of craniostenosis

Authors

  • P. L. Longatti
    • Division of NeurosurgeryCity Hospital of Treviso
  • F. Paccagnella
    • Service of AnesthesiologyCity Hospital of Treviso
  • S. Agostini
    • Department of PediatricsCity Hospital of Treviso
  • A. Nieri
    • Blood Bank ServiceCity Hospital of Treviso
  • A. Carteri
    • Division of NeurosurgeryCity Hospital of Treviso
Original Papers

DOI: 10.1007/BF00263832

Cite this article as:
Longatti, P.L., Paccagnella, F., Agostini, S. et al. Child's Nerv Syst (1991) 7: 40. doi:10.1007/BF00263832

Abstract

Homologous transfusions are mandatory in most surgical procedures for correcting craniofacial malformations in infancy. A program of preoperative and intraoperative auto-hemodonation was developed and carried out in eleven infants. Although homologous transfusion could have been avoided in only 7 patients, we think that further experiences and minor corrections of our program may improve these results.

New words

Hemodilution anesthesiaCraniosynostosisHomologous transfusionsInfancyAuto-hemodonation
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© Springer-Verlag 1991