Blood Conservation in Cardiac Surgery by Carl F. W. Wolf, Jeffrey P. Gold (auth.), Karl H. Krieger

By Carl F. W. Wolf, Jeffrey P. Gold (auth.), Karl H. Krieger M.D., O. Wayne Isom M.D. (eds.)

Drs. Karl Krieger and Wayne Isom, of the major cardiothoracic surgeons have introduced jointly a few of the most sensible cardiologists and hematologists in addition to so much in their division on the ny Hospital-Cornell scientific heart to supply a powerful e-book on blood conservation and transfusion in cardiac surgical procedure. The booklet will function the most up-tp-date reference resource on all facets of blood conservation, from using erythropoietin to some great benefits of submit- operative blood salvage. moreover, the booklet outlines an total medical method of blood transfusion and conservation. the subject material covers quite a few components desirous about the preoperative concerns in cardiac surgical procedure, the intraoperative selection making in cardiac surgical procedure, postoperative bleeding and administration and a piece at the set of rules for cold surgical procedure on the ny Hospital-Cornell clinical Center.

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