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Targeted Bleeding Management Reduces the Requirements for Blood Component Therapy in Lung Transplant Recipients

Ryan, E. G., Smith, I., Naidoo, R., Nicotra, L., Hopkins, P., Pearse, B. L., Faulke, D. J.
(Abstracted from J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth, 31:426–433, 2017) High rates of bleeding and allogeneic blood transfusions to treat bleeding are associated with adverse outcomes in bilateral sequential lung-transplant patients. The aim of this study was to determine if point-of-care coagulation testing could minimize unnecessary transfusion in lung-transplant patients.
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