volume 246, issue 5, P333-335 1989
DOI: 10.1007/bf00463588
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Abstract: As the transfusion risks to which patients are exposed are gradually understood, every effort is being made to find both a valid and safe alternative to homologous blood transfusions. Bearing this in mind, the most sensible solution appears to be the practice of a self-donor procedure with normovolemic hemodilution prior to elective surgery. However, even repeated bloodlettings do not modify the oxygen delivery to tissues since, with a reduction in the hemoglobin content of the circulating blood, there is a co…

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