Published in Blood Weekly, November 2nd, 2000
Mayo Clinic pediatrician J.K. Jackson and colleagues examined "in vitro the effects of brief contact with various infusion solutions on red blood cells from newborn infants, as occurs in the 'waste' syringe during routine blood sampling from umbilical artery catheters. The mixture of blood and solution in the 'waste' syringe is usually reinfused into the baby."
Jackson et al. published the results of their study in the journal Archives of Disease in Childhood ("Effects of various arterial infusion solutions...
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