Pediatric Transfusion Medicine, Volume I
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This two-volume set is an in-depth examination of the unique complexities that exist in transfusing pediatric patients. It thoroughly examines transfusion therapy in neonates, genetic hematologic disorders, and pediatric oncology, and it reviews risks and administration techniques unique to pediatrics.
Table of Contents
Physiology of the Neonate as it Relates to Transfusion Therapy
Hemolytic Disease of the Newborn Antenatal and Prophylactic Management
Exchange Transfusion in the Neonate
Bleeding Syndromes of the Newborn
Neonatal Host-Defense Mechanisms
Hemotherapy in the Treatment of Sepsis Neonatorum
Techniques of Transfusion
Autologous Transfusion in Pediatric Surgery
Bone Maroow Transplantation-Blood Bank Problems Unique to the Child
Therapeutic Apheresis in Children
Developmental, Social, and Legal Aspects of Pediatric Hemotherapy