Derek Huling

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In January 1983, blood banks encouraged the use of autologous blood for transfusion in elective surgical patients due to the advent of transfusion-associated AIDS. Since autologous blood does not transmit hepatitis and other viruses and does not cause alloimmunization, it should be utilized whenever possible. To determine whether patients eligible to(More)
Community disaster resilience is commonly conceptualized as the capacity to reduce post-event loss and facilitate effective recovery. Technologies, such as data systems, computer models, and visualization tools, are more common and well developed for understanding immediate (and static) loss than for understanding dynamic processes of recovery. Most(More)
We prospectively studied immune reconstitution in 102 children who underwent T-lymphocyte depleted bone marrow transplants using either closely matched unrelated donors or partially matched familial donors by assaying total lymphocyte counts (TLC), T-cell subsets, B cells, and natural killer cells. TLC, CD3+, and CD4+ T-cell counts remained depressed until(More)
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