Intrauterine tranfusion: 101 consecutive cases treated at Queen Charlotte's Maternity Hospital.

Abstract

Intrauterine transfusion was performed or attempted in 101 cases during a period of four and a half years. After exclusion of six cases, for reasons detailed in the text, 95 cases are considered in detail. Intrauterine transfusion was successfully performed in 93 of these, with a mean of 2.8 transfusions each. Forty-four babies (46.3%) survived and all but one are so far developing normally.

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@article{Holt1973IntrauterineT1, title={Intrauterine tranfusion: 101 consecutive cases treated at Queen Charlotte's Maternity Hospital.}, author={Eva-Maria Holt and Ingrid O E Boyd and Chris J Dewhurst and Jill Murray and Carl H. Naylor and Jane Smitham}, journal={British medical journal}, year={1973}, volume={3 5870}, pages={39-43} }