Published in Blood Weekly, August 24th, 2006
"The intimate mechanisms of early onset anemia observed in critically ill patients with septic shock remain unclear. We investigated erythropoiesis abnormalities in this setting by studying morphologic, functional, and biochemical patterns of erythroid lineage," wrote Y.E. Claessens and colleagues, INSERM U567.
They explained, "Erythroid lineage in the bone marrow from patients with septic shock who developed early-onset anemia was compared with that of healthy control subjects. Survival and proliferation capacities were...
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