The Technical and Physiological Aspects of Surgery and Anaesthesia Without Homologous Blood
Performing major surgical procedures without the use of homologous blood transfusions is an idea whose time has come, especially with blood supplies becoming more limited due to the reluctance of donors who are, in general, frightened of the AIDS epidemic.
KeywordsHydroxyethyl Starch Minute Volume Blood Substitute Homologous Blood Transfusion Intravascular Fluid
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