Published in Blood Weekly, November 4th, 2004
Babies who received the reconstituted blood during surgery to repair congenital heart defects on average had shorter stays in the intensive care unit and spent less time on mechanical ventilation after surgery than babies who received fresh whole blood - blood that is less than 48 hours old and whose red cells and plasma have not been...
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