Published in Blood Weekly, April 8th, 2010
"Given the severity of the condition and the fetal position, transfusion was performed through the most accessible part of the fetal heart, which was the right atrium. Just after the transfusion procedure, fetal cardiac tamponade developed, and the fetal heart collapsed," wrote N. Demir and colleagues.
The researchers concluded: "Subsequently, Urgent...
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