Blood Transfusion in Clinical Practice by P. Kochhar

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Transfusion therapy summary in surgical patients. 8. Conclusion Anemia is common in surgical patients and results in numerous blood transfusions. There are few evidences showing that blood transfusions are benefic to surgical patients. For those patients without active bleeding or acute cardiovascular disease, 7g/dl hemoglobin is well within tolerable limits. Besides hypoperfusion associated with low hemoglobin level appears to be an important indicator to be taken into consideration to decide for blood transfusion.

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