[The present possibilities for routine use of blood-saving measures from the anesthesiologic point of view--theoretical basis and clinical practice. I. Potential risks of homologous transfusion; normovolemic hemodilution].

@article{Singbartl1994ThePP,
  title={[The present possibilities for routine use of blood-saving measures from the anesthesiologic point of view--theoretical basis and clinical practice. I. Potential risks of homologous transfusion; normovolemic hemodilution].},
  author={G{\"u}nter Singbartl and Wolf Schleinzer},
  journal={Anaesthesiologie und Reanimation},
  year={1994},
  volume={19 Suppl},
  pages={4-10}
}
This paper, which is the first part of four, deals with the potential risks of homologous blood transfusion as well as with normovolemic hemodilution, an autologous transfusion method, which is easily to be applied and not expensive. Although the various methods of autologous transfusion are well known for many years the public discussion on the "AIDS-topic… CONTINUE READING