A Manual for Blood Conservation

A Manual for Blood Conservation

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A multi-disciplinary team approach within this new book which evaluates the current state-of-play with regard to blood conservation, including a fresh look at the evidence. Contents will cover the Supply and Demand issues; why/how changes have occurred; a historical overview; transfusion transmitted diseases; changing demographics and the projected impact on blood supplies; considerations for transfusion practice; surgical peri-operative techniques; medical management; risk management issues; the role of the Hospital Transfusion Team; educational issues; National Reports/Edicts; clinical networks in blood transfusion.The establishment of a HTC had been considered an integral part of good blood transfusion practice for many years. Despite this, many hospitals either had no such committee or did not have a fully interactive role with many of the end users anbsp;...

Title:A Manual for Blood Conservation
Author:Dafydd Thomas, John Thompson, Biddy Ridler
Publisher:Tfm Pub Limited - 2005


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