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Study of five cell salvage machines in coronary artery surgery, J. Burman...[et al.]

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Study of five cell salvage machines in coronary artery surgery
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Study of five cell salvage machines in coronary artery surgery
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J. Burman...[et al.]
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eng
Summary
Report of a study to evaluate the effectiveness, ease of use and safety of five machines for blood salvage during coronary artery surgery; all machines were equally safe and easy to use and all were equally effective in concentrating red cells and removing heparin; found that careful monitoring of coagulation is necessary when volumes of salvaged blood are large; discusses risks of cell salvage and the need for operating procedures and quality assurance standards to be developed
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Burman, J. F
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  • Coronary arteries
  • Blood
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Study of five cell salvage machines in coronary artery surgery, J. Burman...[et al.]
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Non-Aboriginal material
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Includes bibliographical references
Extent
p. 173-179
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Study of five cell salvage machines in coronary artery surgery, J. Burman...[et al.]
Publication
Note
Non-Aboriginal material
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Extent
p. 173-179

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