Es segura y efectiva después del trauma | 17 AGO 16

Transfusión de glóbulos rojos criopreservados empacados (trauma)

Los autores hipotetizaron que es segura y efectiva en los pacientes de trauma y obtiene resultados clínicos equivalentes comparada con los glóbulos rojos líquidos empacados.
Autor/a: Schreiber MA, McCully BH, Holcomb JB, Robinson BR, Minei JP, Stewart R, Kiraly L, Gordon NT, Martin DT, Rick EA, Dean RK, Wiles C, Anderson N, Sosnovske D, Houser B, Lape D, Cotton B, Gomaa D, Cripps Ann Surg 2015; 262(2): 426-433
INDICE:  1.  | 2. Bibliografía
Bibliografía


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