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Lead Author Title InstitutionDate
Senay SIs it the patient or the physician who cannot tolerate anemia?Acibadem University School of Medicine, Department of Cardiovascular Surgery 2009
Scharman CDTreatment of individuals who cannot receive blood productsOregon Health and Science University 2017
Sahu SAdverse events related to blood transfusionSanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences 2014
Resar LMSBloodless medicine: what to do when you can't transfuseThe Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions 2014
Rawn JSilent Risks of Blood TransfusionBrigham and Women's Hospital 2008
Ohls RKA Randomized, Masked, Placebo-Controlled Study of Darbepoetin Alfa in Preterm InfantsClinical Translational Research Center, University of New Mexico 2013
Nathaniel I. UsoroMaintenance of normal hematocrit in high-risk thyroid surgery without allogeneic blood transfusionUniversity of Calabar Teaching HospitalDecember 18, 2009
McLoughlin PLHyperbaric oxygen therapy in the management of severe acute anaemia in a Jehovah's witness.Department of Anasthesia, University Hospital Aintree NHS Trust 1999
Martyn VThe theory and practice of bloodless surgery.Fremantle Kaleeya Hospital 2002
Marshall LBloodless Cardiac Surgery in a Jehovah's Witness Population: Short Term OutcomesDepartment of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Princess Alexandra Hospital 2011
Mantadakis EAdvances in Pediatric Intravenous Iron Therapy.General District Hospital of Evros 2016
Lawson TPerioperative Jehovah's Witnesses: a reviewDerriford Hospital 2015
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