Canine and feline blood transfusions: controversies and recent advances in administration practices.

@article{Kisielewicz2014CanineAF,
  title={Canine and feline blood transfusions: controversies and recent advances in administration practices.},
  author={Caroline Kisielewicz and Ian A Self},
  journal={Veterinary anaesthesia and analgesia},
  year={2014},
  volume={41 3},
  pages={233-42}
}
OBJECTIVES To discuss and review blood transfusion practices in dogs and cats including collection and storage of blood and administration of products. To report new developments, controversial practices, less conventional blood product administration techniques and where applicable, describe the relevance to anaesthetists and anaesthesia. DATABASES USED PubMed and Google Scholar using dog, cat, blood transfusion, packed red blood cells and whole blood as keywords. CONCLUSIONS Blood… CONTINUE READING

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