Published in Hematology Week, August 1st, 2005
According to recent research from Norway, "the compatibility of an ABO blood group independently applicable plasma, Uniplas, was explored in liver resection because patients undergoing liver resection frequently require the transfusion of plasma to compensate for blood loss and/or clotting factors. One-hundred and twenty two patients undergoing elective liver resection were enrolled; 81 patients required plasma transfusion, while 41 did not."
"Of those in need of plasma, 58 were blood group A, B or AB, and 23 were blood group O. Patients were monitored up to day 7...
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