Massivtransfusion bei Kindern und Blutkomponententherapie

  • C. Seefelder
  • A. W. Goertz
Conference paper
Part of the Kinderanästhesie book series (KINDERANAESTHES)


Anästhesisten sind aus allen Bereichen der Erwachsenenanästhesie mit erwarteten oder unerwarteten Bluttransfusionen, insbesondere aber auch mit der Massivtransfusion und ihren Problemen und Komplikationen vertraut.


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