Published in Blood Weekly, November 2nd, 2000
"Immediately available blood substitutes could transform medicine," wrote A.J. Ritchie and colleagues, Papworth Hospital, Cambridge. "In coronary artery surgery, vasoconstriction induced by some of these agents could have serious implications. We have examined some of the vasoactive effects of one of these blood substitute, DCLHb, on isolated rings of human arterial conduits."
Ritchie et al. published their study in the European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery ("The action of diaspirin cross-linked...
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