Autologous blood transfusion following red blood cell salvage for the management of blood loss in 3 dogs with hemoperitoneum.

@article{Hirst2012AutologousBT,
  title={Autologous blood transfusion following red blood cell salvage for the management of blood loss in 3 dogs with hemoperitoneum.},
  author={Caroline Hirst and Sophie E Adamantos},
  journal={Journal of veterinary emergency and critical care},
  year={2012},
  volume={22 3},
  pages={355-60}
}
OBJECTIVE To describe the use of autologous transfusion using a red blood cell salvage device for the management of large volume hemorrhage in 3 dogs with hemoperitoneum. CASE SERIES SUMMARY Three dogs were managed for large volume hemorrhage by autologous transfusion of red blood cells after cell salvage. In all cases, blood was salvaged from the abdominal cavity during surgery. The causes of hemorrhage included testicular arterial hemorrhage after castration, hepatic parenchymal hemorrhage… CONTINUE READING
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