Operative blood loss during common urological operations
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The knowledge of mean blood loss during common urological procedures may be of some help for the surgeon in the appraisal of the magnitude of bleeding and planning blood transfusion. In 9 types of common urological operations (160 patients) the operative blood loss was determined. Results were mathematically evaluated.
KeywordsPublic Health Blood Loss Blood Transfusion Urologic Operation Operative Blood Loss
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